Mackerel (fish): Mackerel (The word “mackerel” comes from the Middle Dutch makelâre “broker”, from makeln “traffic”), is a fish of the Scombridae family, which lives in the Atlantic, on all the coasts of North America and Europe, the North Sea and the Mediterranean. It measures 50 cm at most. The scales are small and smooth, the back steel gray-blue or greenish striped with black, its opal white belly, silvery which lives offshore in schools in temperate seas ...
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