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What is cassava fish?

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Pseudotolithus senegalensis is a large fish found on the coast of West Africa. It can grow up to a maximum length of 114 cm with a common length of about 50 cm for adults. It is known as cassava croaker or croaker in some parts of West Africa. The main diet are prawns and epibenthic crustaceans.

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