The Silver Corvina  is a general name for a boatload (pardon the expression) of fish found in many different parts of the world. They belong to the scaienidae family, which is better known as “drums or croakers.” Drum fish and croaker fish are differentiated by whether they produce a drumming sound or a croaking sound when they pop their heads above the water (we’re not making this up). There are 270 species within the drums and croakers family, ranging from less than a quarter of a pound to hundreds of pounds. In Central America alone, there are dozens of varieties.

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