Keeping company with mud crabs and crocodiles,
The barramundi appears prehistoric, large-scaled robust catadromous fish inhabiting the fresh, brackish and the salt. Moving with moon phase, ebb and flow, through tropical waters of the north, freshwater, estuarine and marine, in other words, euryhaline.
They are known as demersal, of tropical muddy waters and tidal range, as the family of Latidea, of the order of Perciformes, scientifically Lates Calcarifer. When big fish eat little fish, the boney skeleton and flesh.