The Giant Oarfish is the world’s largest known bony fish, up to 11 m (36 ft) long. They usually live at a depth of around 650 feet below but linger near the surface if sick or dying, this possibly being the origin of sea serpent tales.

The Giant Oarfish is the world’s largest known bony fish, up to 11 m (36 ft) long. They usually live at a depth of around 650 feet below but linger near the surface if sick or dying, this possibly being the origin of sea serpent tales.
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