Zajg (spelled zayg in some locales) are a faceless fish common in warm reefs. These large trawlers use a version of echolocation that provides better information about their surroundings compared to typical fish eyesight. This sensory system allows zajg to dominate their habitats using tactical positioning and almost-omniscient knowledge of what is happening where. Although zajg reproduce often, their populations are often controlled by local fishermen.
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