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giant kokopu (Galaxias argenteus)

the largest surviving native freshwater fish in NZ apart for the eels, and also the largest member of the Southern Hemisphere family Galaxiidae. Maximum recorded size 58cm and 2.8kg; the individual pictured here is about 15cm. This species is endemic to NZ. Photo taken 6 July 2010 (is in an off-display tank).

giant kokopu (Galaxias argenteus)
Chlidonias, 8 Jul 2010
    • Chlidonias
      the largest surviving native freshwater fish in NZ apart for the eels, and also the largest member of the Southern Hemisphere family Galaxiidae. Maximum recorded size 58cm and 2.8kg; the individual pictured here is about 15cm. This species is endemic to NZ. Photo taken 6 July 2010 (is in an off-display tank).
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    Southern Encounter Aquarium and Kiwi House (Closed)
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