Category: Fishes

Fishes are essentially aquatic and jaw-bearing true vertebrates. This class is specially known for their unimaginable number (about 40,000 species) and bewildering forms. They are characterised by having streamlined bodies, covered with scales, the presence of gills for respiration and paired fins for swimming. They belong to the superclass Pisces which can be sorted into two different evolutionary lines: cartilaginous fishes or Chondrichthyes or elasmobranchs and bony fishes or Osteichthyes.

‘Albino’ great white shark

What is Albino white shark

Albino White Shark (Pangasius hypophthalmus) consist of species from Southeast Asia(Particularly in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam) and include the largest freshwater fish on...

Flute Fish

Interesting Flute Fish

Flute Fish(Fistularia) Found in tropical and temperate waters from Africa to China. Called so because of slender elongated eel-like body and long tubular snout....

Angler Fish (Lophius)

Angler Fish

Angler Fish (Lophius): On the bottom of Atlantic coasts of N. America and Europe, lives a wonderful fish called angler fish. They have an...

Viper-fish

Viperfish

Viperfish Common name: Viperfish Scientific Name: Chauliodus sp. Genus: Chauliodus Distribution: Viperfish is found in the depths of tropical and sub-tropical seas.

Mandarinfish

Mandarinfish

Mandarinfish(Synchiropus splendidus): The mandarinfish is native to the Western Pacific ranging approximately from the Ryukyu Islands south to Australia.

Flying Fish

Flying Fish

Amazing Flying Fish Flying fish (Exocoetidae) inhabits tropical and Subtropical regions of Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean.

Red lipped batfish

Red-lipped batfish

Red-lipped batfish Common name: Red-lipped batfishScientific name: Ogcocephalus darwiniHabitat: Found in the Galapagos at a depth of about 30 m and deeper.Description: The red lipped...

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