Swordfish can typically be found in the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans. They are mostly a warm-water species, yet they have a high tolerance for temperature differences in the ocean. In the winter when water temperatures are lower, they migrate to warmer bodies of water. Within the ocean, they can often be spotted near the surface of the water or at a depth of over 600 feet. However, it is possible for them to swim to depths of around 2,000 feet.
Swordfish live across all of the worlds oceans. They primarily occur between the latitudes of 60 degrees North and 45 degrees South. They live at a depth of about 650-1,970 feet. Swordfish migrate long distances between warm waters in winter and cool waters in summer.
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