The world’s heaviest bony fish Osteichthyes is found in Japan recently that weighs 2300 kilograms. Bonni fish or bony fish fall under the category of fish whose internal structures are made of bone instead of cartilage.
As per the researchers of Hiroshima University, initially it was believed that this fish is of the normal Mola Sunfish species, but it is of the Molla Alexandrini Sunfish species.
According to the study, the world’s largest bony fish is recorded as Mola Mola. The researchers said that their purpose was to clarify the scientific name of the species. They also solved a case of misidentification.
This study has been published in the etiological research journal. Atsura Sawai Policy Research team has presented more than a thousand documents from around the world. Some of them were 500 years old.