This creature is also known as oarfish longest bone in the fish world, but unfortunately according to the investigation of the American fishery of fish species is nearly extinct, was last found in 1925 in Haiti.Here's the complete data, this fish has been categorized as rare animals :
Othernames : Ribbon Fish
Scientific Names : Regalecus Glesne
Size Range : 10-50 feet
Habitat : Mediteranean & East Atlantic
These fish belong to the category of rare and very seldom seen. This fish was so scarce that the camera never caught alive till the year 2001.
He belongs to the family that has four species Regalecidae. One species, Regalecus Glesne, we are talking about is get into the Guinness Book of World Records because it ever found a living with a body length of up to 11 meters.
The food is plankton and smaller sea creatures other. He is able to live up to a depth of 1000 meters. Curiously, this fish has no scales. His body was covered only by a kind of membrane called guanineThis fish has a red and a single fin fish, including a loner. However, when these fish are sick or dying, it looks like the loner was not willing to die in loneliness. So he climbed to the top surface of the sea and survived there until death. Maybe to attract the attention of the sailors, or just want to look at the sun for the last time.
The sailors of the past may have seen this fish at the surface and perceive it as a sea monster. For example, in the year 1860, when a Oarfish over 5 feet washed up on beaches of Bermuda, the people immediately connect it with the legendary sea monster ...