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Atlantic cod

Atlantic cod

Cod live in shoals in colder waters and most often occurs over the continental shelf at a depth of 30-80 metres. They feed on molluscs, crustaceans and small fish.

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Haddock

Haddock

It is most often found at a depth of 40-130 metres. Similarly to other cod species, it lives in shoals and feeds on fish eggs, worms, molluscs and sometimes also on small fish.

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Pollock

Pollock

Pollock is a predator feeding mainly on crustaceans, herring and small fish. It lives in shoals and can most frequently be found near the bottom at a depth of about 200 metres.

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Red fish

Red fish

It lives in shoals and is found at depths of around 100-1,000 metres in areas far from the shore. It feeds on prawns, crustaceans and other fish.

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Ling

Ling

In adulthood the ling can be found at a depth of 100-200, but it occurs even deeper. They feed on shellfish, cuttlefish and other fish.

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Blue ling

Blue ling

It lives at depths of around 100-200 metres, but sometimes occurs in areas 600 metres below sea level. Mainly feeds on fish and small sea animals.

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Monk fish

Monk fish

It is found at depths near the sea bottom. It feeds on rays, eels and other fish species, which it attracts thanks to a luminescent projection on the front part of its dorsal fin.

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Lemon sole

Lemon sole

The lemon sole is found in areas with a dominating rocky bottom surface, at depths of up to 200 metres. It feeds on various crustacean and mollusc species.

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Plaice

Plaice

The plaice lives in cold waters near a sandy or muddy sea bottom at depths of around 50-150 metres, where it feeds on worms, crustaceans and small fish.

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Atlantic salmon

Atlantic salmon

It is found at depths to 200 metres and feeds predominantly on crustaceans and smaller fish.

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Atlantic catfish

Atlantic catfish

Catfish feed mainly hard-shelled creatures whose body crunches with their sharp teeth. It occurs at depths of 400 m.

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Green sea urchin

Green sea urchin

It occurs in tidal areas dominated by rocky bottom surface. They feed on seaweed and small marine animals.

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