More to find at the Kadıköy market. Here’s a pile of fresh anchovies (hamsi), for example.
This next one is an odd-looking piscatorial fellow, don’t you think? The fish seller told me the name, but I was too busy struggling with conversational Turkish that I did not write it down. He said that they are used to make soup. I guess it’s best not to look at this one as you eat it.
These are called dil (“deel”). Dil means tongue in Turkish. Also language. Tonguefish, anyone?