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is ten-inch-long juvenile goliath grouper photographed in the Florida Keys for the July 2014 issue of National Geographic may spend five years among mangroves, relatively safe from predators, before venturing out to the reefs. The species’ survival depends on mangrove forests, which are contending with coastal development.
This ten-inch-long juvenile goliath grouper photographed in the Florida Keys, may spend five years among mangroves, relatively safe from predators, before venturing out to the reefs. The species’ survival depends on mangrove forests, which are contending with coastal development.  PHOTOGRAPH BY DAVID DOUBILET
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