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What is the biggest fish in the world that is not a shark?

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The first non-shark on the World Atlas's list of the largest fish living today is a species of ray called Manta birostris, known less Latin-ly as the giant ocean manta ray. The giant manta ray can extend 23 feet and weigh three tons. The Florida Museum mentions that in a few cases their wingspan approached 30 feet.

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