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Saltwater Fish

Saltwater fish live in bodies of water with a high salt content, such as oceans and salt lakes. They are popular catch in both recreational sport fishing (marlin), and commercial fishing (halibut and tuna.) Many species are also captured, raised and bred to be kept as pets for more advanced aquarium owners.

Saltwater Fish
Saltwater Fish








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