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The Ling, also called the Red Hake, is easily identified by its pelvic fins, which are formed into long white split streamers. It grows to 20" and 6 lbs.

Hakes, close relatives of codfish, are carnivorous fish that feed on squid, shrimp, other small crustacea, and, occasionally, other hakes. Hakes use their pelvic fin rays as sensory organs to find food. The red hake, shown here, is common to coastal areas of the United States.

Juvenile Hakes can be found living in scallop shells. They do not eat shellfish, even as adults
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