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Hatchetfish has an amazing Sharp Eye sight

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As an entertaining 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

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(1)Deep-sea hatchet fish are mostly found in oceans and seas in Central America. (2)Hatchet-fish can be found in depths usually ranging from 800 to 5000 feet (1.52 km).

(3)Hatchetfish also can be kept in an aquarium. The good news is they are not registered on the list of endangered species.

(4)Hatchetfish fish can grow to lengths ranging from 5 to 6 inches (15.24 cm).

(5)Hatchetfishes normally appear dark brown with silver scales.

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(6)Hatchetfish derives its name from their inimitable body shape with resemblance like a hatchet.

(7)Deep hatchet fish by default have flat bodies with large with tube-shaped eyes facing upwards their eyes are modified to distinguish the least shades in the water.

(8)Deep-sea hatchet- fish feeds mainly on plankton, crustaceans mostly during the night.

(9)Deep-sea hatchet fishes possess the ability to easily jumps out water to catch small insects and flies.

(10)Hatchetfish reproduces by releasing large amounts of healthy, buoyant eggs into the water.Hatchetfishes have short lifespans which are mostly a year.

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