Ranging from 20 to 30 feet long, these behemoths of the aquatic realm have a silvery head with two reddish dots near the gills, and a bluish body and tail fin. They are opportunistic feeders, eating anything from tiny crustaceans to the massive broomfish. They have hundreds of tiny, razor-sharp teeth, set out in three rows, which capture most small prey and force it down the gullet. For larger prey, they 'gum it' to death, shredding the prey into bite-sized pieces with its teeth. The washingtonfish is only found on New Luna.