They can be found in large numbers by themselves exclusively on two maps, New England and Plymouth where they share the ocean with Minke Whales. Just like every other fish in Age of Empires III, they yield 500 food.
"Scientific Name: Gadus morhua
Size: Up to 6 1/2 ft.
Diet: Small fish, mollusks, crab, squid.
The Cod is an important food fish that lives in the North Atlantic and was a great source of economic wealth in Northeastern North America. Hake and Haddock are included in the species commonly called "cod" though there dozens of fish that claim the name, some improperly. Cod are bottom feeders with a ventral fin located farther up their bellies than most
Scrod refers to a specific preparation of Haddock or young cod where the fish is cut into thin strips for cooking. Current American and Canadian cod populations are over fished and may not recover as their habitat changes to exclude them "—In game history
|Animals in Age of Empires III|
|Friendly huntables||Bighorn Sheep · Bison · Capybara · Caribou · Deer · Elephant · Elk · Giant Salamander · Guanaco · Ibex · Marco Polo Sheep · Moose · Musk Deer · Musk Ox · Nilgai · Pronghorn · Rhea · Saiga · Serow · Tapir · Turkey|
|Treasure Guardians||Alligator · Black Bear · Black Panther · Cougar · Coyote · Grizzly Bear · Jaguar · Lion · Lion-Tailed Macaque · Monitor Lizard · Orangutan · Panda · Polar Bear · Rhinoceros · Snow Leopard · Snow Monkey · Tibetan Macaque · Tiger · White Tiger · Wolf|
|Marine Guardians||Great White Shark · Orca|
|Fish||Bass · Carp · Catfish · Cod · Mahi-mahi · Mola Mola · Salmon · Sardines · Squid · Tarpon · Tuna|
|Whales||Beluga Whale · Humpback Whale · Minke Whale|
|Herdables||Cow · Goat · Llama · Sheep · Water Buffalo · Yak|
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