Miami Herald article on Goliath Grouper featuring Alan C. Egan’s photographs.
If you’re an avid, advanced scuba diver, you might want to drop whatever plan you made for Thursday or the next few days and head to Jupiter.
This is the peak of the annual spawning aggregation of Goliath grouper at several artificial and natural reefs from 60 to 130 feet deep off the Palm Beach County town. You may get to swim with up to 100 of the mottled brown, gentle fish that grow to the size of Mini Coopers and were once in danger of extinction. Try to contain your excitement and avoid chasing them underwater. They’ll just boom at you — it sounds like a muffled bass drum — and swim away.
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