Ocean Sunfish (Mola mola) are the largest bony fish in existence, measuring up to across and weighing lbs. Their favorite food is jellyfish. They have no tail. At night they often come to the ocean's surface for hours at a time, barely moving.
Photojournalist Daniel Botelho snapped this stunning shot of a mola mola (ocean sunfish) more than two years ago, but it wasn’t widely seen until this year. The ocean sunfish has an average adult weight of kg lb) — it’s the largest bony fish in the world!
✯Mountain Goats searching for a shot of salt. The goats come from miles around to ingest a solution of various mineral salts seeping from the cliff known as Walton Goat Lick in the Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.
A Spotted Eagle Ray, (Aetobatus narinari.) 1 of the largest Eagle Rays: It sometimes exceeds 10 feet, metres) in width & can weigh 400 to 500 lbs, to 227 kgs.) Found in the tropical zones of The Atlantic, Pacific & Indian Oceans.
Lampreys are a type of jawless fish that live mostly in coastal and fresh waters whose adults are characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth. They attach themselves to fish and suck their blood