Fast Facts: Mado

  • Is a schooling species that is particularly common on coastal reefs, under jetties in harbors and large estuaries;
  • Has a silver body with dark brown to black stripes and yellow fins;
  • Has large eyes, a small mouth and a forked tail;
  • Is one of the most common species in Sydney; and
  • Is omnivorous.

Reference: australian.museum

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