The Salmon Fish

Fish World | The Salmon Fish | Salmon is the common name for several species of fish in the Salmonidae. Several other fish in the same family are called trout, the difference is often said to be the migrating salmon and trout are resident, but this distinction is not strictly hold true. Salmon live along the coasts of both North Atlantic (one migratory species Salmo salar) and Pacific (approximately a dozen species of the genus Oncorhynchus), and have also been introduced in the Great Lakes of North America. Salmon are extensively produced in aquaculture in many parts of the world.

Sabre-toothed blenny Fish

Fish World | Sabre-toothed blenny Fish | The saber-toothed blenny, Aspidontus taeniatus, is a species of blenny that the "dance" of Labroides dimidiatus simulates a kind of the same color cleaner wrasse. The fish tricks in offering their abdomen are cleaned. Instead of eating parasites from the scales of the fish, the saber-toothed blenny bite the victim and rush away. Fish in the past affected thereby attacking other blennies innocent attempt to provide them.

Rainbow Trout - Oncorhynchus mykiss

Fish World | Rainbow Trout - Oncorhynchus mykiss | Rainbow trout are known for their fighting qualities, making them one of the most popular sport fish freshwater in the world. Rainbow trout are from America and were introduced into New Zealand in 1883. Rainbow's average can reach 50cm (20 inches) tall and weighs about 3 kilograms (6.5 pounds). This athletic fish can easily Waterfalls 3 meters (10 feet) upstream during their spawning run clear.

Beauty Raccoon butterflyfish, Chaetodon lunula

Fish World | Beauty  Raccoon butterflyfish, Chaetodon lunula | The raccoon butterflyfish, Chaetodon lunula, also known as the crescent-masked butterflyfish or lunule butterflyfish is a species of butterflyfish (family Chaetodontidae). It is found in the Indo-Pacific region and in the southeast Atlantic. The length is 20 cm (nearly 8 in).

Queen triggerfish

Fish World | Queen triggerfish | Balistes vetula, also known as the queen triggerfish, reef dwelling fish is one of the Atlantic. It is occasionally caught as a gamefish, and sometimes kept in marine aquariums. This fish is called cochino in Cuba, and this is the probable origin of the Bahía de Cochinos name, known as the Bay of Pigs in English.

Queen parrotfish or Scarus vetula

Fish World | Queen parrotfish or Scarus vetula | Queen parrotfish or Scarus vetula species widely distributed in the western North Atlantic, and it is common. Even though caught in the multispecies fishery, there are no major threats to this species known. It is listed as Least Concern.

Amazing Piranha

Fish World | Amazing Piranha | Piranhas belong to the subfamily Serrasalminae, which is also closely related omnivorous fish such as pacus. Traditionally, only the four genera Pristobrycon are Pygocentrus, and Serrasalmus Pygopristis considered true piranhas, due to their specialized teeth. However, a recent analysis showed that if the piranha group is monophyletic, should be restricted to Serrasalmus, Pygocentrus and part of Pristobrycon, or extended to these taxa plus Pygopristis, and Catoprion Pristobrycon striolatus contain. Pygopristis appeared to be more akin to Catoprion than the other three piranha genera.

Pink Salmon - Oncorhynchus gorbuscha

Fish World | Pink Salmon - Oncorhynchus gorbuscha | Pink salmon are the smallest of Pacific salmon found in North America with an average weight of between 3.5 and 5 pounds, with an average length of 20-25 inches. As with all members of the family salmon, pink salmon are cold water fish. They are also the most numerous and Pacific salmon are commercially harvested and canned in Alaska since the late 1800s. Young pink salmon are completely black with no dark vertical bars or spots. In the ocean, adults are bright green-blue on top and silvery on the sides.  

Jellynose fish

Fish World | Jellynose fish | The Jellynose fish or tadpole fish, the small order Ateleopodiformes. This group of ray-finned fish is monotypic with a single family Ateleopodidae. It has about a dozen species in four genera, but these enigmatic fishes in need of taxonomic revision.

Pretty Jawfish

Fish World | Pretty Jawfish | Jawfish belong to the family in the order Perciformes Opistognathidae. FishBase lists 60 species are currently divided into four genera: Lonchopisthus, Merogymnoides, and Opistognathus Stalix.

Inanga Fish, New Zealand Fresh water fish

Fish World | Inanga Fish, New Zealand Fresh water fish | The inanga is well known to New Zealanders as one of five native freshwater fish species whose juveniles (young) make the whitebait run, swimming upstream from the sea to spend their adult lives in rivers. Inanga make up about 95% of the total whitebait catch. The adult grows to around 10 centimetres long and can be easily distinguished from the adults of other fish found as juveniles in the whitebait run by its silver belly and forked tail.

Antarctic Teleost Icefish

Fish World | Antarctic Teleost Icefish | The fishes of the family of Channichthyidae, commonly called icefishes (ice fish) or icefishes crocodile (alligator ice fish), are saltwater fish belonging to the order Nototenioidea. They are among the few fish that live in Antarctic waters.

The Halfbeaks Fish

Fish World | The Halfbeaks Fish | The halfbeaks (Hemiramphidae family) is a geographically widespread and numerically abundant family of epipelagic fish inhabiting warm waters around the world. The family is divided into two subfamilies Hemiramphidae, the first naval Hemiramphinae and freshwater or estuarine Zenarchopterinae. The halfbeaks are named for their prominent jaws, where the lower jaw are considerably longer than the upper jaw. The halfbeaks show an exceptionally wide range of reproductive modes. These include leg, and ovoviviparity true vivipary where the mother is connected to the developing embryos through a placenta-like structure. Some of the viviparous species, developing embryos are also known to oophagy or intrauterine cannibalism, where the developing embryos feed on eggs or embryos in the womb show.

Pretty Halfmoon Butterflyfish

Fish World | Pretty Halfmoon Butterflyfish | This species is distributed over most of the Indo-Pacific region. It is recorded from the East African coast in the west to Polynesia, including the Hawaiian Islands (USA), Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia) and Ducie Island (Pitcairn Islands, United Kingdom), in the east. The range extends from southern Japan in the north to Lord Howe Island (Australia) and Rapa Iti (Austral Islands, French Polynesia), in the south.

The Beauty HalfMoon Betta

Fish World | The Beauty HalfMoon Betta | The Half Moon Betta splendens is a variety with a half round tail. This Betta may not meet this kind of tail at first, but when it is kept fully up to a 180 degrees. The actual length of the tail can vary, but must be completed and even possibly be considered a good quality Halfmoon betta.

Hagfish, Fish from 550 Million Years

Fish World | Hagfish, Fish from 550 Million Years | Hagfishes are marine craniates of the class Agnatha or Myxini, also known as Hyperotreti. Some researchers regard Myxini as not belonging to the subphylum vertebrates. That is, they are the only animals that a skull, but not a spine.

The Haddock Fish

Fish World | The Haddock Fish | The haddock or offshore hake is a marine fish distributed on both sides of the North Atlantic. Haddock is a popular food fish and is widely fished commercially.

Guitarfish lives under sea

Fish World | Guitarfish lives under sea | The Guitarfish are a family, Rhinobatidae, of rays. The Guitarfish are known for an elongated body with a flattened head and trunk and small ray like wings. The combined range of the species is tropical, subtropical and temperate waters worldwide. They often travel in large schools.

African Glass Catfish

Fish World | African Glass Catfish | African Glass Catfish, Eutropiellus buffei, Eutropiellus vanderweyeri, Kryptopterus Buffei belonging to the family Silidruae are a shy fish, except in the schools. They live in Africa. So they should not be confused with the Kryptopterus spp. living in Borneo. Rumors are circulating that the African Glass Catfish are the inspiration for the Pokemon Magikarp before, but Nintendo has stated otherwise.

Zebra Trout

Fish World | Zebra Trout | The zebra trout (up to 25 cm) and the Falklands minnow (up to 8 cm) are native to the Falkland Islands. The zebra trout is protected by law and can not be fished.

The Zebra Turkeyfish, a carnivorous ray-finned fish

Fish World | The Zebra Turkeyfish, a carnivorous ray-finned fish | The Zebra Turkeyfish (Dendrochirus zebra) is a highly poisonous fish. It lives in the Indian and Pacific oceans. The fish has 13 poisonous spines on its back, is used to look for themselves. The fish is slow and quiet, but a danger. The fish is in dark places like under a rock or a piece of coral. They are not affected by another's poison. They are some fish that are not afraid of anything, because they have no predators.

Smalltooth Sawfish

Fish World | Smalltooth Sawfish | The sawfish family derives its name from its elongated, blade-like snout, studded with a number of teeth on either side. The smalltooth sawfish has smaller teeth than other member of its family. Other common names that identify this species include common sawfish, sawfish, comb shark, small-tooth common sawfish, and wide sawfish.

Russian sturgeon - Acipenser gueldenstaedtii

Fish World | Russian sturgeon - Acipenser gueldenstaedtii | The Russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii) is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family. It is located in Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Ukraine. This fish can reach up to six meters and weighing nearly 250 pounds. Russian sturgeon can mature and reproduce quickly, making them highly vulnerable to fishing.

Nassau Grouper, a Large Predatory Fish

Fish World | Nassau Grouper, a Large Predatory Fish | The Nassau grouper (Epinephelus striatus) is one of many perciform fish in the Serranidae family are commonly known as groupers. It is the largest of the grouper for commercial fishing in the Caribbean, but was threatened by overfishing.

Mekong Freshwater Stingray

Fish World | Mekong Freshwater Stingray | Mekong Freshwater Stingray, Dasyatis laosensis, is a species of skate in Dasyatidae family, restricted to the Mekong and Chao Phraya Rivers in Laos and Thailand. Measuring up to 62 cm (24 inches) in diameter, this range is a hard oval pectoral fins, a tail with two-ply top and bottom of the fin, and a middle row of spine-like dermal denticles. A characteristic feature of this species is its bright orange underside. Mekong Freshwater Stingray prey on invertebrates and is aplacental viviparous. It has been assessed as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), it is threatened by overfishing and habitat degradation.

Lost River sucker : Deltistes luxatus

Fish World | Lost River sucker : Deltistes luxatus | The Lost River sucker is a big fish in freshwater ecosystems in California and Oregon. It is a fish alive, sometimes reaching an age of 40 or more. His main residence is in the lakes, but migrate to rivers and streams to spawn. The Lost River sucker is threatened by overfishing and dam construction and drainage of wetlands.

Coelacanth : Amazing ancient fish-handed

Fish World | Coelacanth : Amazing ancient fish-handed | Until 70 years ago, evolutionists have a fish fossil that they believe to be the "ancestor of land animals." However, the development of science all evolutionist claims about these fish.

Borneo Shark : Endangered Shark

Fish World | Borneo Shark : Endangered Shark | Borneo shark is extremely rare and known only by a few specimens. It lives in shallow coastal waters of the South Pacific Ocean. It is viviparous, meaning that it gives birth to live young. Like most sharks, the shark hunter of Borneo is a success and has few natural predators. Humans are an exception and the Borneo shark is currently threatened by fishing activities.

Blind shark : Deep Blue sea Shark

Fish World | Blind shark : Deep Blue sea Shark | Blind shark (Brachaelurus Waddi) is one of two species of sharks lurking in the Brachaeluridae family with carpetshark bluegrey (Heteroscyllium Colclough), and the only member of its kind existing. Located on the eastern coast of Australia last night, benthic species is common in rocky areas and seagrass in the intertidal zone to a depth of 140 m (460 ft). He wanders often in tidal pools, where it can be trapped by the tide, and can survive for long periods out of water. The shark is not really blind blind its common name came from his habit of closing his eyes when taken out of the water.

Barramundi Cod : The Transexual Fish

Fish World | Barramundi Cod : The Transexual Fish | The barramundi (Lates calcarifer), also known as Asian Seabass is a catadromous fish species in Latidae family of order Perciformes. Native species is widely distributed in the Indo-West Pacific from the Persian Gulf, through Southeast Asia to Papua New Guinea and northern Australia. Known as Pla Krapong Thai language, it is very popular in Thai cuisine. He is known as pandugappa in Telugu language in India and in Bengali language and bhetki in eastern India.

The Barracuda Fish

Fish Worl | The Barracuda Fish | The barracuda is a ray-finned fish known for its large size and fearsome appearance. Its body is long, fairly compressed and covered with small smooth scales. Some species may reach up to 1.8 m long and 30 cm wide. The barracuda is a saltwater fish of the genus Sphyraena, genus Sphyraenidae only in the family and is found in tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide.

Arapaima Gigas

Fish World | Arapaima Gigas | The arapaima, pirarucu or paiche (Arapaima gigas) is a freshwater fish of tropical South America. This is a living fossil, and one of the largest freshwater fish in the world.

The Alligator Gar Fish

Fish World | The Alligator Gar Fish | The Alligator Gar Fish ("Gator Gar"), a spatula Atractosteus is a primitive ray-finned fishes. Unlike some other guy, the Alligator Gar mature has a double row of large teeth in the upper jaw. Its name derives the appearance of crocodile-like snout with teeth of the fish. The dorsal surface of the Alligator Gar is brown or olive color, while the ventral surface tends to be lighter. Their scales are diamond shaped and Nesting (ganoid) and are sometimes used by Native Americans for the leaders of jewelry and arrows.