ⓘ Category:Fish of Greenland

Sculpin

A sculpin is a type of fish that belongs to the superfamily Cottoidea in the order Scorpaeniformes. As of 2006, this superfamily contains 11 families, 149 genera, and 756 species. Gobies are found in many types of habitat, including the area of ocean and fresh waters. They live in rivers, submarine canyons, kelp forests, and shallow coastal habitats such as tidepools. Gobies are bottom-dwelling fish that live at the bottom of ponds. Their pectoral fins are smooth on the upper edge and webbed with sharp rays along the lower edge, a modification that makes them specialized for capture of the ...

                                     

ⓘ Fish of Greenland

  • The Greenland shark Somniosus microcephalus also known as the gurry shark, grey shark, or by the Kalaallisut name eqalussuaq, is a large shark of the
  • control of Greenlandic fish resources to subsequently remain outside EU waters. Citizens of Greenland are, nonetheless, EU citizens within the meaning of EU
  • operates in a number of towns and settlements in Greenland with 20 fish processing plants and ship bases of local subsidiary units. Some of the processing
  • The economy of Greenland can be characterized as small, mixed and vulnerable. Greenland s economy consists of a large public sector and comprehensive
  • casualties The Greenland halibut is a flatfish, and the left eye has migrated during the fish s development so that it is on the right side of the head. However
  • Although the bulk of its area is covered by ice caps inhospitable to most forms of life, Greenland s terrain and waters support a wide variety of plant and animal
  • 1964. One of the main fishing areas of the rose fish is the Irminger Sea between Iceland and southeastern Greenland While annual catches during the 1980s
  • Greenland is located between the Arctic Ocean and the North Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Canada and northwest of Iceland. The territory comprises the island
  • The fish that dominate the Greenlandic fishing industry are mainly shrimp, cod, halibut and salmon. They are caught and processed in Greenland and then
  • The history of Greenland is a history of life under extreme Arctic conditions: currently, an ice cap covers about 80 percent of the island, restricting