Searching for that final piece to bring that water scene together? Flying fish make for the perfect finishing touch. Flying fish are sought out by many pelagic species and if you have been out on the boat during the summer time and you're driving around you are sure to kick up some of these cool fish. Skimming over the top of the water to get out of troubles way and then diving back into the deep blue. These flying fish are perfect to stick in front of any mahi, sailfish or marlin mount. A school of flying fish even make for a good wall piece all by themselves. They have shiny blue bodies and blue-gray wings.
Our flying fish are airbrushed and then finished off with a clear UV gel coat to allow you to place the mount indoors or outdoors and not have to worry about the color fading.
Here is more info on Flying Fish, courtesy of Wikipedia
Flying fish live in all of the oceans, particularly in tropical and warm subtropical waters. They are commonly found in the epipelagic zone. This area is the top layer of the ocean that extends 200 meters from the surface down. It is often known as the "sunlight zone" because it's where most of the visible light exists. Nearly all primary production, or photosynthesis, happens in this zone. Therefore, the vast majority of plants and animals inhabit this area and can vary from plankton to the sharks. Although the epipelagic zone is an exceptional area for variety in life, it too has its drawbacks. Due to the vast variety of organisms it holds, there is high number of prey and predation relationships. Small organisms such as the flying fish are targets for larger organisms.