24 JANUARY 2020 - NEEDLEFISH, SAWFISH, HOUNDFISH, FLYING FISH, SWORDFISH, SPEARFISH, SAILFISH - - - -
NOTE: The Mediterranean Sea being protected and closed-off, is an exception here.
Although the areas to the North and South of the 23.5 (Tropics) line is a high human population area, the fishermen and sailors stuck in "only" these latitudes are exposed to a very-` "very" tiny example of what is in our oceans. Within my lifetime the oxygen level of the oceans keeps dropping, while the acid and temperature levels keep rising, this has caused "some" migration of species, and recently the news is alive with "new species" Marine fish stories in Florida, the Gulf and Southern California/Mexico.
Fangtooth, Dragonfish, Jawfish, Pufferfish, Flyingfish, Frogfish, Parrotfish, Blobfish, and Mola Mola are well known to Tropic Tuna Clipper fishermen as by-catch, our boats returning from Samoa would bring back frozen examples (Google them for enlightenment).
The billed fish are best looked at as a group (NEEDLEFISH, SAWFISH, HOUNDFISH, SWORDFISH, MARLIN, SPEARFISH, SAILFISH) and can be found in the Caribe, Gulf and Florida Keys (just outside of the tropics),
these all are "jumper fish" as well, and, like Flying fish and Manta are something to behold from the marvels of the Southern Tropic ocean.