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- If looking for other meanings and uses beyond fish please go to Snook
Order Esociformes (pikes and mudminnows)
- Family Esocidae
Order Perciformes (Perch-like)
- Family Centropomidae (Snooks)
- Centropomus ensiferus
- Centropomus parallelus
- Centropomus undecimalis -- common snook
- Family Gempylidae (Snake Mackerels)
- Thyrsites atun—Native to the Southern Hemisphere and named snoek or Cape snoek in South Africa, Great Britain and the United States, while in Australia and New Zealand the name can be barracouta which is in no way related to barracuda.
- Thyrsitoides marleyi—Called Swart snoek and Black Snoek in South Africa; Black Snoek in U.S., Great Britain
- Family Scombridae (Mackerels, tunas, bonitos), subfamily: Scombrinae
- Family Sphyraenidae (Barracudas)
- Family Trichiuridae (Cutlassfishes), subfamily: Lepidopinae
Order Anguilliformes (eels and morays)
- Oxford English Dictionary, entries "snoek" and "snook")
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