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Atlantic salmon – King of fish

May 27, 2019 admin 0

Atlantic salmon is considered the “King of fish”, an appropriate title for many reasons. They made a spectacular journey in life, migrating from freshwater streams to the child when feeding in the North Atlantic and back when breeding. The ability to […]

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Greater Amberjack

February 23, 2016 admin 0

Greater amberjack or amberjack fish which is best known in Australia: Kingfish, yellowtail, scientific name: Seriola dumerili, distributed in many parts of the world such as India-Pacific, Red Sea, Indonesia, Philippines, China, Japan. In Vietnam, there are fish in the […]

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Barracuda

February 23, 2016 admin 0

Barracuda is a brand of ray-finned fish. It is renowned for the size and shape of ferocious and powerful, the biggest can be up to 6.5 feet (2 meters). Barracuda live in salt water, and there are 27 different species […]

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Rabbitfish (Siganus canaliculatus)

January 18, 2016 admin 0

Rabbitfish is belong to the Siganidae branch fish. If you want to know 3 things about the Rabbitfish, so here we are! -They eat grass (seaweed) like rabbits. -They have these toxic spikes. Be careful when handling them. -They are tasty fishes. […]

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Unicorn triggerfish (Aluterus monoceros)

January 18, 2016 admin 0

Unicorn triggerfish also called a dorsal spines, the English name is the Unicorn filefish or Unicorn leatherjacket, Aluterus monoceros is scientific name (Linnaeus, 1758) The stems have long oval and squash the party with long pointed mouth, face sideways, mouth […]

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Flathead (Platycephalus indicus)

January 18, 2016 admin 0

There are more than 40 species of Flathead are found in Australia. Dusky Flathead are members of their biggest Platycephalidae Flathead, there are more than 30 species, at least 14 species that are caught by the sentence so far. The […]

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Exocoetidae Fish

January 6, 2016 admin 0

Some people said that they can witness the Exocoetidae fly through the warm ocean waters around the world. The torpedo-shaped oblong help Exocoetidae generate enough speed to break through the surface of the water, and the large pectoral fins are shaped like wings […]