The Capelin is a small fish found in the waters of the North Pole.
"This fish is covered in countless small scales. It forms large schools during breeding season and spawns along the coast.
Many young die after hatching and large numbers are washed up on shore.
It is often caught for food, and many are exported to Japan."
Capelin can be found swimming throughout almost all of the North Coast of Canada map.
They swim in medium-large groups, in a medium to fast paced speed. They like being fed.
- They are very small, and focusing on only one of them may take several tries.