What is the largest fish in the ocean?

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According to the scientists' rankings, the blue whale is the biggest fish. This whale is capable of growing up to 190,000 kg. Another fish which is very big is the whale shark. It can weigh between 11,800 and 36,000 kg.
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The whale shark
Whale sharks are a slow moving filter-feeder and can grow up to 40 feet and weigh 30,000 pounds.
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