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What is the fastest fish?

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The fastest fish is the sailfish, a giant fish that belongs to the same family as marlins. It has been clocked going speeds between 60 and 68.1 miles per hour over a distance of 100 yards.

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Sailfish feed primarily on fish and squid, preferring mackerel, tuna and other fish that swim near the surface of the water. Divers have reported seeing groups of sailfish using their sails to corral fish, allowing individuals to dart through the middle in order to feed. They can be found throughout the world in warm, tropical and temperate waters. They can grow to be upwards of 8 feet long and weigh over 110 pounds.

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