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Sardines, also known as sardines or pilchards, are a group of fish that belong to the ray-finned fish of the herring family (Clupeidae). Sardines are found almost worldwide and take their name from the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, where they were once very numerous.
The sardine can reach a length of 25 centimeters and can live up to 15 years.
The sardine is found in fresh, salt and brackish water, at a depth of 10 to 100 m. It is bound by a subtropical climate.
The fish eats both plant and animal plankton.