Why are the halibut so big in Alaska?



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    All species of halibut have the capacity to grow up to 8 feet long and weigh near 700 pounds, depending on maturity and age. However, some fisheries only catch smaller, less mature halibuts, which are likely to be found in local supermarkets.

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