Big fish are bigger than ever.

As the global population of big fish grows, the size of the world’s oceans has been on the rise, and the biggest fish in the world are growing bigger at a faster rate than ever before.

But as more fish are released into the ocean, the fish that get to feast on them have a hard time.

Here are the top 10 fish that are the biggest in the ocean right now.

1.

Blacktip sharks Blacktip shark populations are booming in the Atlantic, with populations reaching record highs in some parts of the ocean.

Scientists are predicting that as much as 20 percent of the shark population will be wiped out by the end of the century, which is a big deal given that sharks have a huge influence on the ocean’s ecosystem.

2.

Bluefin tuna Bluefin Tuna is a critically endangered species that lives in the North Atlantic.

Blue fin tuna is a tuna with an elongated, curved tail, a large dorsal fin, and a large mouth that opens up into a “mouthful.”

It’s also one of the few tuna species that are found in the waters of the Southern Ocean, which means the species is vulnerable to overfishing.

3.

Killer whales In the Southern Hemisphere, humpback whales are the largest sea mammals in the oceans.

They live in deep water, and are considered the “mothers” of all other whales.

They are so large, in fact, that the humpback is the world champion in the water, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

4.

Blue whales Blue whales are massive, white-eyed, whale-like creatures that live in the deep ocean.

They’re the largest animals on earth.

They weigh between 20 and 25 tons.

In fact, there are more blue whales than there are humans alive.

They have an estimated 100,000 individuals, and scientists are predicting a species could be extinct within a decade.

5.

Great white sharks Some people think that great whites are actually the same species as the gray whales, but scientists are unsure.

Great whites live in shallow waters in the Pacific Ocean, and some experts believe that a large number of great whites may be living in the wild.

In the Northern Hemisphere, great whites live off of the coasts of Mexico and Costa Rica.

6.

Great spotted owls Some people believe that spotted owl are a species of flying fish, and that they are only found in North America.

But it turns out that spotted owl have evolved a very distinct and beautiful pattern.

Their stripes are different colors, and their eyes are large and dark.

This is what makes spotted owlas so unique, which makes them particularly good at sensing predators.

7.

Blue whale blue whales are incredibly large animals that can reach 40 feet (12 meters) in length.

They swim at depths of up to 15 miles (25 kilometers).

They eat large amounts of squid, but they can also eat anything that can breathe.

8.

Killer whale sharks Most of the whales found in ocean are sharks, and they are extremely powerful creatures.

They can weigh up to 30 tons (60,000 pounds), and they can kill humans within minutes.

They eat prey that weigh up a quarter of a ton (1.3 kilograms).

9.

Steller sea lions The Steller Sea Lions are a group of killer whales that live off the coast of California.

They feed on plankton that live near the ocean floor, and when they get bored, they’ll swim back to their breeding grounds and kill more fish.

10.

St. Johns River dolphins A st. johns river dolphin is a dolphin that swims in the St. John’s River.

These dolphins are among the largest dolphins on the planet, and have an average length of 18 feet (5 meters) and a maximum speed of 70 mph (130 kilometers per hour).

They are also among the most docile.

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