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Below are some links to websites that I think contain information of Esox lucius - has more on phylogenetic relationships - has more information  about pike and lots of classification of every kind. - This web page has lots on the subject and has some more pictures too.

And if you want to see some pike in action I suggest checking out some more of the videos on I have some links to a couple of videos on this website but there are more cool videos you can watch. 








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