I never thought I’d write about the redfur but the world of redfin fish is truly unique.
There’s so much about them that makes you wonder what you’re actually watching.
Here are 10 things you need to know about the world’s largest species.1.
There are about 2,000 redfin sharks in the world, but only a few dozen have ever been caught alive.2.
In the US, the red fin is the only shark that can grow to over 5ft.
And they’re so popular that they’re now being sold as sushi.3.
The redfin shark is classified as “vulnerable” by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, but they are now listed as “endangered”.
They are also considered the “only remaining marine species in the Atlantic Ocean” by conservationists.4.
They can reach a maximum length of about 3ft (1.7m) and weigh more than 2,200lbs (900kg).5.
They have two rows of fins, which are used for swimming, and a pair of rays.6.
They live in a range of habitats, including coral reefs and oceanic sediments.7.
They’re the only species of shark that live on land.8.
They are the largest of the five species of sharks found in the Indo-Pacific.9.
They feed mainly on fish, but also sting fish, squid, and squidlets.10.
The shark is also a fish that can eat live bait, such as fish, shellfish, and crustaceans.