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Where are giant tiger prawns found?

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Indian Ocean The giant tiger prawn (Figures 1,2,3), Penaeus monodon, is found in the Indian Ocean and western Pacific (Indo-West Pacific) (FAO, 1970, 1980) and is distributed from east and southeast Africa to northern and eastern Australia, Japan, Pakistan and the Malay Archipelago (Dore and Frimodt, 1987; FAO, 1980).

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