If a uniformed soldier carried an Estuary Cod, it would camouflage on the soldier’s fatigue-printed uniform. Alternatively called Orange-spotted Grouper, Brown-spotted Grouper, and Greasy Cod, the Estuary Cod has a spotted brown colour that lightens into a creamy white colour with four to six dark-coloured bands circumscribing its body. It may have orange-red or brown spots.
Habitat and Size
By its name, the Estuary Cod dwells in estuaries and along with the offshore areas of Western Australia, New South Wales, Queensland, and Northern Territory. The fish grows in size within the length of 40 to 120 centimetres and can weigh as much as 100 kilograms but is generally keeping fit up to 25 kilograms.
Fibreglass Estuary Cod
Swimming into its barracks in some uncharted estuary is this thoughtfully designed replica of an Estuary Cod. Life-size and life-like it may have already been caught by some fish hook with its gaping mouth. A 21-gun salute is prepared for this fine piece of fibreglass work.
- Life-size and handmade
- Durable and weather-resistant