IN tourist Kemer blue Marlin was seen, which is endangered and is included in the Guinness Book of records as the fastest sea dweller in the world. Fish with a length of about 1.5 meters sailed between the yachts and pleasure boats for a long time. It was observed by foreign tourists and locals and even captured on a cell phone camera. Professor Akdeniz University Dr. Mehmet Gekoglu said: “Today we have a guest. It is a very rare endangered species and it is not found in our waters. It may come from time to time, perhaps once or twice a year.  Blue Marlin is the inhabitant of the Atlantic ocean, but also is found in the Mediterranean sea. The adult reaches a fairly large size, and the one that we see today in Kemer is still small. At the moment, it is under the supervision of the coast guard, as we are obliged to protect it.”