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Species

 
Black Marlin
The black marlin (Istiompax indica) is a species of marlin found in tropical and subtropical areas of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. With a maximum published length of 4.65 m (15.3 ft) and weight of 750 kg (1,650 lb), it is one of the largest marlins and also one of the largest bony fish. This marlin is one of the fastest fish, with speeds of up to 129 km/h (80 mph) as estimated from the speed that hooked marlins are able to unwind fishing line. Black marlin are fished commercially and are also a highly prized game fish.
 

 
Swordfish
Swordfish
The swordfish is a pelagic species, found in tropical and temperate waters. The only representative fish of the Xiphiide species, they can mesure more than 4 meters and weigh up to 500 kilos. They have a ?sword? (rostrum) more or less flat, which is equivalent to 1/3 of their length. The swordfishes diet consists of fish and squid. It is the fastest fish in the world with speeds of up to 110 kms/h !
 

 
Mahi-Mahi
Mahi-Mahi Dorado
The Dorado or mahi-mahi is a spectacular large fish found in tropical waters. It is a powerful predator, prized in fishing. This fast fish can reach speeds exceeding 50 knots. This species is sexually dimorphic: the male has a bump on the forehead, giving a square shape to his head, while the female has a round head and a thinner body and smaller than the male who accompanies him: these fish often live in couples.
 

 
Tuna
Tuna
Tuna are ocean fish of the family Scombridae: bluefin tuna, white tuna, albacore tuna, yellowfin tuna, bigeye tuna and skipjack tuna. These last three are tropical tunas.
 

 
Bonito
Striped belly Bonito
Striped belly Bonito is a tropical tuna.
 

 
Kingfish
Kingfish
The term 'Kingfish' is a popular name for several related species of mackerel. They are mostly of the family Scombridae.
 

 
Barracuda
Barracuda
The barracuda is a pretty big fish, measuring up to 2 m long and 50 kg. The body of the barracuda is elongated, with a large lower jaw and fang shaped teeth (Watch your fingers !). The two dorsal fins are widely spaced, the first having five spines and the second one spine and nine soft rays. The ends of the hind fins are white. The sides generally have a few variable black spots.