Huge sunfish washes up in northern waters for first time in 130 years

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Mar
4


Sunfish Mola Mola. The ocean sunfish or common mola (Mola mola) is one of the heaviest known bony fishes in the world. NOAA

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A giant sunfish has washed up on a beach in Santa Barbara, California, the first time this particular species of the animal has been sighted in the northern hemisphere in 130 years.

The sunfish measuring 2.05 metres (6ft 8 in) and weighing several hundred kilograms, or more than 600lb, was found on the beach of the Coal Oil Point Reserve in California…

Read Full Article; Guardian UK (03-03-2019)

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