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Price range: 1650 - 1650 LKR / 1 kg | Market: Peliyagoda Fish Market | Date: 2022-02-22

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The billfish or marlin is a highly prized, very fast fish found in tropical and subtropical oceans throughout the world. Sailfish are faster than any other fish, reaching speeds of about 110 km/hr (68 mph). They have been called "the greyhounds of the sea". The sailfish is blue-black with a metallic sheen. It has a large dorsal fin that extends from the head almost to the tail and is at least twice as long as it is high. This makes it easy to tell when they are in trouble or excited because their fins sticking out of the water. Under each eye, there is a protruding structure called a sail that is made up of notched dorsal fins. These are built to allow the fish to breakthrough schools of small fish by swimming at great speeds with its bill pointed straight down, causing the lower lobe of the sail to hit or sweep smaller fish out of the water, while it swiftly changes direction. Sailfish are most commonly found in warm water near oceanic islands and deep pelagic waters. They prefer temperate seas because these waters provide them with a food supply consisting of small fish and squid, which is what they eat exclusively. Sailfish cannot tolerate fresh or polluted waters. During the winter, sailfish can be found in shallow, warmer water around the island and cliff sides of the island. In the summer, they travel to deep water where food is more abundant. Sailfish are schooling fish by nature and typically congregate in groups of 50-100 individuals. The only time they school in larger numbers is when mating or when trying to feed on small schools of fishes that have been trapped against the surface of the water by larger predators. In single file, they swim around schools of prey and attempt to eat as many as possible. Sailfish are also known to swim in a V-formation when hunting schools of fish. In this formation, the sailfish at the head of the V is only a decoy for other larger predators following behind. This allows other sailfish that were too far behind to catch up. Sailfish are nomadic fish throughout their lifetime, moving where food is abundant. Although they generally prefer open oceans, sailfish will occasionally swim into estuaries and river mouths to feed. This usually occurs during the night when the small fishes that they prey on come into these shallow waters to rest before continuing their journey back to the open ocean. They are often found in these waters around mangroves and riverbanks where there is grassy vegetation near the surface of the water, providing cover for their prey. The billfish or marlin is a highly prized, very fast fish found in tropical and subtropical oceans throughout the world. Sailfish are faster than any other fish, reaching speeds of about 110 km/hr (68 mph). They have been called "the greyhounds of the sea". The sailfish is blue-black with a metallic sheen. It has a large dorsal fin that extends from the head almost to the tail and is at least twice as long as it is high. This makes it easy to tell when they are in trouble or excited because their fins sticking out of the water. Under each eye, there is a protruding structure called a sail that is made up of notched dorsal fins. These are built to allow the fish to breakthrough schools of small fish by swimming at great speeds with its bill pointed straight down, causing the lower lobe of the sail to hit or sweep smaller fish out of the water, while it swiftly changes direction.

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