The largest fish in the world is the whale shark. This species can weigh up to 21.5 tons and grow to be 41.5 feet long.
The basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) is the second-largest fish in the world. It has weighed more than 4.2 tons.
The Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias), also called the white shark or pointer shark can reach 3.34 tons.
The tiger shark can weigh up to 3.11 tons and grow up to 24 feet long. This shark is the only member of the Galeocerdo genus.
Weighing in at 3 tons, the Giant Oceanic Manta Ray, also called the Atlantic manta ray, can grow up to 15 feet long.
Tied for number six on our list is the ocean sunfish (Mola mola), which is also called the common mola.
The southern sunfish, also called Ramsay’s sunfish, southern ocean sunfish, short sunfish, or bump-head sunfish.
The Beluga sturgeon, which is also called the great sturgeon, can weigh up to 2.072 tons and grow up to 24 feet long.
The very elusive Sharptail mola (Masturus lanceolatus) weighs up to 2 tons, and it can be up to 9.8 feet long.
The Hoodwinker Sunfish (Mola tecta), often called sunfish, is the world’s 10th largest fish.