False Killer Whale

False Killer Whale

Whenever we speak about the killer whale, there is only one distinct animal that comes to mind. However, the fourth-largest dolphin in the world might share a similar name, but it is an entirely different species known as false killer whales (Pseudorca crassidens)....
Carp

Carp

The carp family is a family of fish that contains various species of fish indigenous to Europe and Asia, many of which are oily freshwater fish. It is true that carp is consumed all over the world. However, it is generally considered an invasive species in several...
Clownfish

Clownfish

Clownfish are angler fish that get their name from their large, protruding, cone-shaped heads. The word – clownfish – came from the Latin name of the fish (Nemo), which means to laugh, and from its clown-like appearance. They live on coral reefs and feed...
Bull Shark

Bull Shark

Bull sharks can be found worldwide in shallow temperate waters. They are more likely to strike humans than any other shark because they live in the same shallow coastlines where humans usually swim. Bull sharks are highly aggressive and not troubled by fresh or...
Bichir

Bichir

Bichirs are a family of ray-finned fish that are rather unusual looking in appearance. For example, they have a series of dorsal finlets rather than a single dorsal fin. Similarly, they have thick, rhombus-shaped ganoid scales. On top of this, bichirs even have jaws...
Electric Eel

Electric Eel

Electric eels are freshwater fish that can generate electricity. They aren’t true eels. In fact, electric eels aren’t even close relatives of true eels. Instead, they are neotropical knifefish, thus making them closer relatives of catfish. What Makes an...