Did you know about World's fasted aquatic animal?


Sailfish are renowned as the fastest marine creatures, reaching speeds of up to 68 miles per hour (110 kilometers per hour).

 Sailfish have remarkable color-changing abilities, with their body colors shifting dramatically when hunting or excited.

Their distinctively long bills, called "bills," are used as powerful weapons to slash through schools of fish.

Sailfish are known for their impressive acrobatics, frequently leaping out of the water and performing aerial displays when hooked by anglers.

Despite their size, sailfish have a relatively short lifespan, usually living for only four to five years.

They have a specialized hunting technique called "billfishing," where they use their bills to stun their prey before consuming them.

Sailfish are found in warm and temperate oceans around the world, making them a global icon of marine life.