Perhaps the most well-known migratory fish of Europe today is the anadromous Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Young Atlantic salmon begin hunting for invertabrates within days after hatching, as soon as their body has absorbed the yolk sac.
The Nile perch (Lates niloticus) is a species of freshwater fish in family Latidae of order Perciformes. It is widespread throughout much of the Afrotropic ecozone, being native to the Congo, Nile, Senegal, Niger, and Lake Chad, Volta, Lake Turkana, and other river basins.
The African tiger fish (Hydrocynus vittatus), is a large growing, highly mobile, migratory, predatory fish of the Sabie River. These opportunistic predators have been known to migrate extensive distances over short periods of time, more than 100 km within a few days
Atlantic sturgeons live in coastal zones and estuaries where they feed on shellfish, molluscs and fish. These fish can measure up to 3 meters long, weigh over 300 kilograms and live more than 80 years. The Atlantic sturgeon can migrate up rivers for more than 1000 km without feeding.