The family Carangidae, commonly known as jacks, encompasses a diverse group of marine fishes characterized by their streamlined, fusiform bodies, forked tails, and swift swimming capabilities. Found in warm and tropical waters worldwide, these fish exhibit a range of sizes, from smaller species to larger ones highly sought after by both commercial fisheries and recreational anglers. With protractile mouths equipped with sharp teeth, they are efficient predators, preying on various fishes and invertebrates. Often displaying silvery or iridescent coloration, members of the Carangidae family are associated with coastal and offshore environments, particularly around coral reefs and rocky structures. Their schooling behavior, pelagic nature, and impressive migratory patterns contribute to their ecological significance and economic importance, making them both a vital component of marine ecosystems and a target for fisheries.