Flying fish can leap high off the surface of the water and glide long distances, sometimes kicking off the surface to repeatedly glide before returning into the water. What is the longest distance covered by a flying fish in one such "flight?"
Answer 1,300 feet
One flying fish was recorded going for a flight of 45 seconds which involved multiple glides and covered a distance of a quarter mile.
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