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As a witty angler it very essential to keep updated with in-depth data concerning the latest trends and developments in the world of fishing.

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

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

The platform can be used for 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.

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

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(1 )They are mostly found within the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.

(2) Swordfish can be found within the ectothermic organism. Meaning they are dependent on exterior heating techniques they also have special organs right next to their eyes for warming both their eyes and brains. They can heat their eyes improving the quality of their vision and also increasing its ability to hunt.

(3) Swordfish are cold-blooded organisms.

(4) Swordfish are capable of living for more than 5 years in the wild provided suitable conditions are present.

(5) Swordfish can grow to a staggering length of more than (8 feet (ca. 244 centimetres)).

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(6) The swordfish body has an extended, dorsal fin, with an elongated sword that extends mainly from its snout. Henceforth, the name swordfish. The fin is used for slashing prey to wound the target animal making it easier to catch.

(7) Swordfish rank very high in strength and energy.

(8) Their bodies are sleekly designed for speed with an accomplishment of a top speed of up to 95 km.

(9) They are carnivores; they feed and hunt mostly during the night.

(10) Swordfish is a rapacious fish. They desire to live in temperate water bodies around the world.