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As recreational angler it very necessary to keep updated with in-depth information concerning the latest trends and developments in the world of fishing.

Being a user of the FISHSURFING fishing app, I am enjoying every moment of it.

The fishing app has grown to become a universal social networking platform that allows sharing fishing experiences with other experienced anglers.

The is useful platform to finding current information about fishing events, shops, and guides

A vast amount of resources about fishing can be found there the application is the only fishing application with a translation feature allowing users to intercommunicate.

It is currently the best fishing apps on the mobile apps market.

Availability: (iOS, Android).

For iOS at https://apps.apple.com/us/app/fishsurfing/id1235154377

For android at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cz.fishsurfing.fishsurfing

(1)Dolphins prefer living in tropical waters. They are mostly in the South Asia and the Amazon River region.

(2)Dolphins generally are warm-blooded mammals when compared to other animals; they are believed to be very intelligent, with excellent eyesight and hearing as well as the ability to use echolocation for finding the precise location of objects.

(3)Dolphins mating period last for 9 to 16 months depending on the species usually giving birth to a baby.

(4)Dolphins are carnivores they mostly feed on Herrings, Atlantic mackerel, and Cod Squid.

(5)The average number of teeth found in a dolphins mouth ranges from 80 to 100.

(6)Among all animal species on earth, dolphins have the second most complex and powerful brain.

(7)They possess a special organ called blowhole for breathing.

(8)Dolphins possess a body length ranging from 8 to 9 feet (2.74 m), with a body and body weight averaging 240 kg.

(9)They mostly use echolocation for hunting they trap and take turns to go for the final kill.

(10)They are generally gray with darker looking backsides. Dolphin has a very long lifespan with some living for more than 40 years.

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