MSC Catfish (Wolffish)
The Atlantic catfish, also known as the seawolf or Atlantic wolffish is a marine fish of the wolffish family Anarhichadidae. Apart from their unique appearance wolffish are distinguished by the natural antifreeze they produce to keep their blood moving fluidly in their very cold habitat, involvement by both the male and female in brood bearing, and the large size of their eggs. The largest specimen recorded measured 1.5 m (5 ft) long and weighed almost 18 kg (40 lb).
- High season: June - February
- Low season: March - May
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