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Massive two-ton fish species discovered

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Massive Two-Ton Fish Species Discovered

A new species of enormous ocean sunfish was discovered after an intensive search, making it the first species of this type of fish to be identified in 130 years. Despite being the largest bony fish in the world and weighing more than two tons, sunfish are quite elusive, which made the four-year search difficult.

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Wonderful creatures, and so different to other species of fish. Let's just observe and leave them in peace guys.

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So cool!

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extraordinary,amazing,spectacular, wonderous and astounding     little thesaurus help there!  :rolleyes:   you usually don't associate new discoveries of animals on this size scale. The eyes of sunish are massive !

 

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a 2 tonne hidden wonder 

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Try one of those with your chips and mushy peas!

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Let's hope that the Japanese don't think they found a new Sushi supply.

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