The family of Wolffish includes five species, Northern, Atlantic, Spotted, Bering Wolffish and Wolf eel. They live in cold waters of the northern Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Since the natural antifreeze is in their blood, they can survive in water of -1℃. The maximum size may reach approximately 2m (7ft) and 24kg (50lb). They can be found about 50 to 1000m (160 to 3280ft) in depth. The main prey of Wolffish is invertebrates found on the bottom such as crustaceans and mollusks. Wolffish can crash hard shell of crabs or clams with its powerful jaw. The role of Wolffish as predator is very important to control the population of sea urchin and crabs. Wolffish prefer to stay in rocky or seaweedy surroundings to hide.
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