The Ocean Flish is descended from cod, which was one of the most advanced fish species on Earth 200 million years from now. Unlike the cod, the flish can accomplish something beyond any modern fish: flight. Today, flying fish use their broad fins for gliding. The flish takes this one step further. It attaches powerful pectoral fin muscles to its gill arches. It breathes air outside of water. The flish retains two pelvic fins for resting atop the oceanic surface. To provide more force for flight, the caudal fins rotated 90 degrees, so they are flat like the flukes of a whale. Because birds are extinct when flish evolved, the flish filled every niche of seabirds along the global ocean that surrounds Pangaea II. They hunt silverswimmers and are in turn hunted by rainbow squid. Flish hunt by expanding toothed jaws from its beak-like sheath. The Ocean Flish has a close relative in the Northern Forest.
They are the most basal of all flish.