There are two different species of sailfish-the Atlantic sailfish and the Pacific sailfish. The names are assigned based on which ocean the fish lives in, but some scientists now believe that they are actually the same species. The only differences between the two are location and length, as the Pacific sailfish on average grows to be larger. All sailfish, however, prefer to live in warmer waters, about 79 degrees fahrenheit, but have been found in cooler locations in the north.
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