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Wolfie | ©Mathieu Foulquié
Underwater photography of an Atlantic Wolffish taken in Iceland. 
Other common names: Seawolf, Atlantic catfish, Ocean catfish, Devil fish, Wolf eel, or Sea cat.
Anarhichas lupus (Perciformes - Anarhichadidae) is a marine fish with  typical grey skin color with darker transversal stripes along the body. Young specimens often have a brown tint. Like the other wolffishes, it has one long dorsal fin along the entire body length. The Atlantic wolfish may reach 20 kg and a length of 120 cm.
It has a North-Atlantic distribution, ranging from western Greenland to the North Sea and the British Isles.
Currently, the Atlantic wolffish is categorized as a Species of Concern under the National Marine Fisheries Service (US).
Source.

libutron:

Wolfie | ©Mathieu Foulquié

Underwater photography of an Atlantic Wolffish taken in Iceland. 

Other common names: Seawolf, Atlantic catfish, Ocean catfish, Devil fish, Wolf eel, or Sea cat.

Anarhichas lupus (Perciformes - Anarhichadidae) is a marine fish with  typical grey skin color with darker transversal stripes along the body. Young specimens often have a brown tint. Like the other wolffishes, it has one long dorsal fin along the entire body length. The Atlantic wolfish may reach 20 kg and a length of 120 cm.

It has a North-Atlantic distribution, ranging from western Greenland to the North Sea and the British Isles.

Currently, the Atlantic wolffish is categorized as a Species of Concern under the National Marine Fisheries Service (US).

Source.