Oarfish | World Longest Bony Fish which is almost extinct

Have you ever seen this creature before?? this creature is oarfish which is also known as the world longest bony fish, but unfortunately their species will extinct soon. so this fish will be categorized in the most rare animal in the world.

The common name oarfish is presumably in reference to either their highly compressed and elongated bodies, or to the former (but now discredited) belief that the fish "row" themselves through the water with their pelvic fins. The family name Regalecidae is derived from the Latin regalis, meaning "royal". The occasional beachings of oarfish after storms, and their habit of lingering at the surface when sick or dying, make oarfish a probable source of many sea serpent tales.

Although the larger species are considered game fish and are (to a minor extent) fished commercially, oarfish are rarely caught alive; their flesh is not well regarded due to its gelatinous consistency.

These fish are not fish in the legends as told by many people, but these fish are fish that actually exist but they are so rare to find that in saying that this is just a legend. fish relative Regalecidae Latin name, this fish came to the surface when it started dying. Oarfish also enter Guinness Book of Records as the Longest bony fish

oarfish a deep-sea fish are almost extinct, this fish is reported to have 8 m long and the longest ever captured reaches 17 meters. So this is the picture of Oarfish | World Longest Bony Fish which is almost extinct

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