Black Sea salmon
|Black Sea salmon|
Pallas, 1814 
Salmo labrax, the Black Sea salmon, is a fairly small species of salmon, at about 20 inches (510 mm) long on average and rarely reaching over 30 in (760 mm). As its name suggests it inhabits the Black Sea. It is an anadromous relative of the brown trout.
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