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Albula, or white fox (lat. Albula vulpes) is a species of ray-finned fish, from the genus Albula as part of the Albula fish family. Body length up to 90 - 100 cm. Weight up to 8.3 kg. On average, about 77 cm, with a weight of 6 kg.

Very bony. Widely distributed in tropical and subtropical seas:

  • Off the coast of America

  • From California (San Francisco) to Northern Peru - in the Pacific Ocean

  • From Cape Hatteras (single from the Bay of Fundy) to Rio de Janeiro - in the Atlantic

  • East of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the Gulf of Guinea

  • in the Indian Ocean off East Africa to the Red Sea inclusive, also off the island of Mauritius, Seychelles, India, Sri Lanka.

  • In the western waters of the Pacific Ocean from South Korea and South Japan to Singapore, Northeast Australia, the Hawaiian Islands, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia.


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