great barracuda


Definition of great barracuda

  1. :  a grayish brown barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda) that often attains a length of over six feet, may be dangerous to swimmers, and is highly regarded as a food and sport fish though the flesh is reputed poisonous in some areas

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