White seabream, when young, live in busy shoals near the shore. Once they reach maturity and a weight of up to 4 kg, they become solitary.
The Atlantic bluefin tuna can grow to 700 kg in weight and 3 m in length. This predator’s significant dimensions, speed and strength make it a unique species.
The presence of Rhizostoma luteum jellyfish in Mediterranean waters was not confirmed until 2013. This species can grow up to 60 cm in diameter and its oral arms can exceed two metres in length.
The Madeira rockfish inhabits coastal waters in the Mediterranean. To defend itself against predators, it has venomous glands that run along its dorsal spine.
The bluefin tuna is a great swimmer that engages in two types of migration during its lifetime: trophic migration to find food, and reproductive migration to spawn.