Although you might think this species spends a good amount of time at the surface, these fish actually live mostly at depths of 700 to 2,000 feet underwater. Do you know what kind of fish this is?
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It's not a shark, it's an Ocean Sunfish! Native to warm and tropical waters around the world, the Ocean Sunfish (also known as Mola Mola) are the heaviest known bony fish in the world, weighing in at up to 2,200 pounds. Surprisingly, despite their size, sea lions are one of their few natural predators!
You can see an ocean sunfish up close at only a few aquariums in the world, mostly found in Asia. Have you ever seen them?