What Is a Pike Fish?

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A pike fish is any of the variously superficially similar fishes of the genus Esox, which are large, slender and voracious. The most common species of these are the northern pike and the pickerel while the blue pike is now extinct.
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Northern Pike
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Esociformes Family: Esocidae Genus: Esox Species: Esox lucius
Esox lucius are native to North America and Eurasia. They are found from Labrador west to Alaska, south to Pennsylvannia, Missouri, and Nebraska. In Europe they are found throughout northern and western Europe south throughout... More »
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