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Rare ocean sunfish of nearly 2 metres long washed up on beach in Australia
Animals On a beach in the south of Australia was an ocean sunfish of nearly 2 metres long washed up. A woman shared images of the dead animal on Facebook, and now around the world. According to an expert would be the kind that does not occur often in the region.

The animal came up last weekend near the mouth of the Murrayrivier on the beach. On photos it is good to see how big it is, because there are two adult people in addition to posing.

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there is not a Lot known about the species. She is by her shape and looks like a flat head with a tail. On average, the animals of 1.8 meters and 1,000 kilograms heavy, but there are instances of more than double that size. Their English name, sunfish, refers to their habit to lie flat on the surface of the water to lie down, as if they were sunbathing. The name in English – sunfish – refers to the round shape of the fish. the

“There are three types of angelfish in the South Australian waters and this seems to me to be the most rare,” said Ralph Foster, head of the viscollectie of the South Australian Museum. “They can still be a lot larger, I think that this is an average size. It is known that they are even boats can cause damage to yachts to sink.” (read on below)

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