We’re taking the E & E sub out to meet a large round fish! As always our little sub has plenty of room for everyone so let’s head out on today’s adventure!

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opah   Range/Habitat: Tropical-temperate oceans worldwide

   Diet: Carnivore: small fish, squid

   Length/Weight: up to 6 ft/ up to 110 lbs

   Conservation Status: common



Fun Facts:

  • Opahs are also known as moonfish.
  • Opahs have bright red fins.
  • They have oval shaped bodies.
  • Opahs do not use their tail fins to swim, but instead use their pectoral (top) fin.
  • They are toothless.

Opahs are really neat looking fish and wow, are they big! It is so cool that they use that top fin to swim too!


Categories: adventure, Animals, Children, conservation, education, Environment, fish, oceans, science, wildlife | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “WATERY WEDNESDAY # 63

  1. Oprah????? Wait. What?

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