The Grunts, part of the Haemulidae family, are a diverse group of medium to large-sized fish known for their compressed bodies, forked tails, and varied coloration ranging from silver to yellow and brown. Characterized by continuous dorsal fins and rounded anal fins, these fishes possess terminal mouths with small, sharp teeth suited for diverse prey. A distinctive feature of Grunts is their unique vocalizations, produced by the movement of pharyngeal teeth, serving communication and courtship purposes. Found in warm coastal waters, coral reefs, and rocky habitats, Grunts often form schools, contributing to their protection and foraging efficiency. Beyond their intriguing behaviors, Grunts play a vital role in marine ecosystems, influencing the balance of reef communities and participating in nutrient cycling.