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Sharks in Mythology, Legends and Folklore
- Isonade, an enormous, shark-like sea monster said to live off the coast of Matsuura and other places in Western Japan
- Hookjaw, a giant Great White Shark from the UK Action comic
- Sherman, the main character of Sherman's Lagoon comic
- Anchor, a Hammerhead Shark in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Bruce, a Great White Shark in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Chum, a Mako shark in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Don Lino, a Shark from the Shark Tale animated movie
- Frankie, a Shark from the Shark Tale animated movie
- Great White Sharks in the Jaws series
- Jaguar shark in The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou movie
- Lenny, a vegetarian Shark from the Shark Tale animated movie
- Sharks featured in the movie, Deep Blue Sea
- Sharks featured in the movie, Into The Blue
- Sharks featured in the movie, Open Water
- Virgil "Bull" Sharkowski, a Bull Shark in My Gym Partner's A Monkey
- Jabberjaw, a shark from the Hanna-Barbera series
- Kenny the Shark, a Tiger Shark in the animated series Kenny the Shark
- Misterjaw, a Great White Shark produced at DePatie-Freleng Enterprises in 1976 for The Pink Panther and Friends television series on NBC
- Ripster, Jab, Streex and Big Slammu, Sharks in the animated series Street Sharks
- Sharky, a detective Shark from the animated series Sharky & George
- Great White Shark in Zoo Tycoon
- Sharpedo, Gible, Garchomp in Pokémon
- Chrunch, a Shark in the Beanie Babies franchise
- Poseidon, a Whale Shark in Beanie Babies franchise
- S. J. Sharkie, the mascot of the San Jose Sharks, an Ice Hockey team in the National Hockey League
- Abaia, a huge, magical Eel in Melanesian Mythology
- Akkorokamui, a gigantic fish-like or octopus-like monster from Ainu folklore
- Fur-Bearing Trout, a fictional creature native to the northern regions of North America
- Ikaroa, In Māori Mythology is a long fish that gave birth to all the stars in the Milky Way or the Mother Goddess of the all the stars
- Jasconius, an enormous fish in the story of Saint Brendan
- Leviathan, a biblical sea creature from Talmud
- Namazu, a giant Catfish who causes earthquakes in Japanese Mythology
- Babel Fish, a fish which can translate any language, which one puts in one's ear in order to understand alien tongues in Douglas Adams's Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series
- Mr. Fish is a supervillain in the Marvel Comics Universe who is an enemy of Luke Cage
- Starro (a.k.a. Starro the Conqueror), a Starfish-like supervillain who appears in stories published by DC Comics
- Tammy Troot, a Trout in the books for young children by the Scottish author Lavinia Derwent
- Terrible Dogfish, a fictional sea monster which appears in Carlo Collodi's book The Adventures of Pinocchio
- Angie, a Asfur Angelfish from the Shark Tale animated movie
- Bloat, a Porcupinefish in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Bubbles, a Yeloow Tang in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Coral, a Ocellaris Clownfish in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Deb, a Blacktail Humbug in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Dory, a Regal Tang in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Ernie and Bernie, two Jellyfish from the Shark Tale animated movie
- Flounder, Ariel's sidekick in Disney's The Little Mermaid
- Gill, a Moorish Idol in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Incredible Mr. Limpet, a 1964 live-action/animated film from Warner Brothers
- Jacques, a Pacific Cleaner Shrimp in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Lola, a Lionfish from the Shark Tale animated movie
- Marlin, a Ocellaris Clownfish in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- The Missing Link, a fish-ape hybrid in Dreamworks' Monsters vs. Aliens
- Nemo, a Ocellaris Clownfish in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Oscar, a Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse from the Shark Tale animated movie
- Peach, a Starfish in Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
- Sykes, a Porcupinefish from the Shark Tale animated movie
- Blinky, a three-eyed fish in the animated series The Simpsons
- Dennis, a Goldfish in the Stanley animated TV series
- George, a detective Fish from the animated series Sharky & George
- Klaus Heissler, a Goldfish from the animated series American Dad!
- Muddy, a Mudskipper in The Ren and Stimpy Show
- Xerxes, an Eel in from the Aladdin
- Chimera Fish, Chimera Sardines, Chimera Smallfish, fishlike monster in Tokyo Mew Mew
- Dopefish is a dimwitted fish that originated in the fourth Commander Keen video game, Secret of the Oracle, released in 1991
- James Pond, a computer platform game based on a James Bond styled fish
- Jet Stingray, in Mega Man X4
- Toxic Seahorse, Mega Man X3
- Volt Catfish, Mega Man X3
- Mambo, Sambo in Parodius
- Pianus of Maplestory.
- Bubbles, a Fish in Beanie Babies franchise
- Charlie the Tuna, the cartoon mascot Tuna for StarKist Tuna
- Flying Fish Finned Rainbow in Indosiar, the logo of a publicly owned national television station in Indonesia
- Goldfish, on the Goldfish Credit Card, created by Centrica, who are a large multinational utility company, based in the United Kingdom
- Goldie, a Goldfish in Beanie Babies franchise
- Puffy is the Porcupinefish mascot of the free operating system OpenBSD
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