What is the most spawned fish in the world?
Mola mola (scientific name: Mola mola), also known as mola fish, mambo fish, head fish, is the teleost fish, the collective name of three species of oceanic fish in the family Molidae. It is distributed in various tropical and subtropical oceans. It is also found in temperate or boreal oceans. It is produced along the coast of China.
Mola is a large oceanic fish with a maximum body length of 3.0~5.5 m and a weight of 1400~3500 kg. Swimming alone or in pairs, sometimes more than ten in groups, small individual fish are more active, often jump out of the water, large individual fish are slow to move, often lie on the surface of the water, or the dorsal fin is exposed to the surface, and can also dive into more than 100 meters of deep water. It feeds on seaweed, molluscs, jellyfish, plankton crustaceans and small fish. Its spawning is the largest in fish, reaching 300 million. Juveniles are subjected to tumor-like spinous processes that gradually disappear with age and their bodies become oval.
The sunfish is one of the largest and most exotic fish in the world. Their bodies are round and flat, like a large saucer. The body and belly of the fish each have a long, pointed fin, while the tail fin is almost non-existent, making them appear as if a piece has been cut off from the back. Molas feed mainly on jellyfish, scooping up food with tiny mouths. They often bask on the surface of the water, their shape is clumsy, and they occasionally jump out of the water.
The sunfish is a giant relative of the puffer fish family and is the heaviest of all boney fish. As early as the 30s, Guger, an ichthyologist at the American Museum of Natural History, studied sunfish and declared that the giant sunfish was the growth champion of the animal kingdom. Their juveniles are only 0.25 cm long and can reach 3 m long as adults, weighing 60 million times more than juveniles. Although the sunfish can weigh up to 2 and a half tons, it is gentle and approachable.
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