Elvis – The King

In the marine nature reserve Garajau off the coast of Madeira, Elvis swims. He is around 40 years old, weighs 70 kilos and is one of seven remaining fish of the grouper species in this particular area.

It’s a fish with attitude, to say the least.

Reportage: Lena Scherman
UW-Photography: Johan Candert
Edit by: Alexandre Gobatti Ramos

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