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Atlantic Saifish

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Greg Murray

on 6 May 2016

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Predators and threats
Dolphin fish are a primary predator that feeds on sailfish and Pelagic sharks
Humans fish for sailfish but for sport and not for food
There are about 90,000 Atlantic sailfish in the world
They are not protced and are endangered
Atlantic Sailfish
Interesting facts and effects
By: Greg Murray
The physical description of sailfish
Atlantic sailfish are metallic blue with large sail like fin The
its a dark blue is black
The length of the sailfish fish is up to 10.3 ft and its top weight is128.1 lb
its average lifespan is 4 to 5 years old
they have 1,200,000 offspring
Sailfish spend most of their time in the upper 32 ft of the water and they dive up to 1148 ft to find food. These animals eat whenever possible.
The Habitat and Diet of the sailfish
Atlantic, range throughout the warm and temperate parts of the world's oceans.
Sailfish are carnivore they eat mackerels, tunas and needle fish
I found this information at http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/sailfish/
Bright yellow is where sailfish live
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/sailfish/
http://animals.mom.me/sailfish-3803.html
animaldiversity.org
I found most of my information at
The speed of the sailfish is 68mph
The have up to 4.8 million eggs(not all of them survive)
Atlantic sailfish hunt with there relatives the Pacific sailfish
hears a video
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