The most important species is the Tucunare Açu, the Cichla temensis, is the largest tucunare in the world. Anglers appreciate that it can be found (according to the circumstances of its life cycle) in three different phases of coloration and behavior. Photograph by Lucas De Zan

The Rio Marié Headwaters – Giant Peacock Bass Frontier

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