The South American fish "Pacu" is the world's only fish that eats nuts. It's jaws are so powerful that it can crack open nuts underwater.
The southern elephant seal is the world largest seal. It can dive more than 3300 feet (1 km) while hunting for fish.
The only museum dedicated to potato fries is the Friet museum in the city of Bruges, Belgium. Legend has it that Belgian fishermen used to eat small fried fish and in the winter and they cut potatoes in the shape of small fish to fry them.
Marlin fish found in the Atlantic ocean are big and fast. They weigh up 1,400lbs (630kg) and can swim 50 miles per hour (80km/h). Their pointy spear helps them hunt tuna and mackerel.
Essential fatty acids are called 'essential' because our bodies need them on a regular basis. They are found in foods rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6, including fish, flax seeds, nuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and leafy vegetables.
In Laguna, Brazil, dolphins help fishermen to catch fish. The dolphins round up the fish and signal the fishermen to cast their nets. More than 200 families rely on the daily catch.
The sailfish is the fastest fish in the world, capable of reaching speeds of 68 miles per hour (110 km/h).
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo Japan is the biggest fish market in the world. Rare fish like the Bluefin Tuna is sometimes auctioned there for more than one million US dollars.
The ocean sunfish can lay up to 300 million eggs at a time. Being the heaviest bony fish in the world, their weight may reach 2,200lbs (1,000kg).
Hail stones can sometimes contain pebbles, insects and even nuts. Large hailstones fall faster than 100 miles per hour.
Scientific studies suggest that eating a handful of pistachio nuts per day helps reduce cholesterol and maintain a healthy heart.