New Species of Fish discovered in Galapagos Islands

Posted on April 4, 2013 • Filed under: Galapagos Islands

Daniel Freire, 38, who is caught between swordfish and albacore, a rare fish “that looks like a snake” with wide head and flat something never before seen. Last year also found another strange fish and handed it to investigators. She took him to the Galapagos National Park Service (GNPS), where they examined the animal and determined that stargazers, family Uranoscopidae belongs to the family that lives between 40 and 400 meters deep. Only had a record of a similar species in the archipelago for a decade. Findings Several new records of animal species in other parts of the world, but not seen in the Galapagos, have been achieved by the action of fishermen and….. Read Article

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