Mahi-mahi, also known as the Dolphinfish are not related to the porpoise family at all. They are not marine mammals… they are pelagic fish and are typically found in off-shore temperate, tropical, and subtropical waters throughout the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans. Mahi-mahi are very abundant in the Gulf of Mexico, Florida Current, and throughout the Caribbean. Like most fish they are cold-blooded, produce eggs and breathe using gills. They can reach lengths of up to 4 ½ ft and weigh up to 40 lbs (15 – 30 lbs on average). These ray-finned fish vary in color from blue and green to yellow and brown with multiple shades running from the top of their body to the bottom.
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Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints
19.25″x24.25″ | $420.00 – Framed, Limited Edition, Signed & Numbered
19.25″x24.25″ | $370.00 – Unframed, Limited Edition, Signed & Numbered
Hahnemuhle German Etching Prints
17.5″x22.75″ | $200 – Limited Edition, Signed & Numbered
12″x16″ | $50.00 – Open Edition 9″x12″ print matted to 12″x16″