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What’s the biggest fish in UK waters?

Asked: David Flynn, Last Updated:

Basking sharks Basking sharks They swim near the surface with their huge mouths wide open, filtering plankton from the water to eat. They can measure up to 11m long and weigh up to 7 tonnes, making them the largest fish in British waters and almost the same weight as a London bus!

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