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The grey gurnard is the most common species of gurnard in the North Sea. In the summer, they stay in massive numbers in the shallow southern North Sea. When it gets colder, they move to warmer water. The grey gurnard is a benthic inhabitant and is often caught as by-catch with other benthic fish (plaice, sole). The grey gurnard itself has hardly any commercial value.

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