Are torpedo-shaped and are the speed kings of the cartilaginous fish and possibly the fastest fish in the ocean – measurements as high as 100kph (60mph) have been reported. When hooked they may jump to a height of several body lengths out of the water. They are able to chase down and consume fast-moving pelagics, such as Tuna and Broadbill. Their ability to reach such phenomenal speeds may be attributed to a blood vessel heat exchange system, which enables them to maintain a body temperature higher than the surrounding seawater. All sharks are actively and aggressively hunted. In 1990 more than Ten million sharks were killed worldwide for sport, for meat and for their fins – a sought after delicacy in the Orient. Sharks on the other hand, in the same period, killed six humans. All sharks are an endangered species and most Big Game Fishing Clubs actively promote their tag and release.
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