The Atlantic sailfish is a species of marine fish, the least oceanic of all billfish species, is related to the marlin, cuts a striking profile and was added to the NMFS list of overfished species in 1998. The Atlantic sailfish feeds on fish, is distributed throughout the coastal, tropical, subtropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean, comes Under the remit of the Highly Migratory Species Division. Atlantic lack elongated the sailfish, young, characteristic jaw of the adults, spawning occurs during the summer. The sail is scattered with many, small, round, black dots. The sailfish have been filmed these extraordinary gatherings. Information is regarding the available population status of the Atlantic sailfish.
Species of marine fish, Least oceanic of all billfish species