Tarpon

USS Tarpon was an American Pike Class submarine of 1310 tons displacement launched in 1935. USS Tarpon was powered by Winton diesel engines providing a top speed of 20 knots surfaced and 10 knots submerged. She was armed with one 3-inch gun and six 21 inch torpedo tubes. She carried a complement of 50.
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Tarpon

Tarpons are large fish of the genus Megalops; one species is native to the Atlantic, and the other to the Indo-Pacific Oceans. They are the only members of the family Megalopidae. == Species and habitats == The two species of tarpons are Megalops atlanticus (Atlantic tarpon) and the Megalops cyprinoides (Indo-Pacific tarpon). M. atlanticus is foun...
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Tarpon

A large, powerful game fish from the warmer waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
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tarpon

[n] - large silvery game fish of warm Atlantic coastal waters especially off Florida
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Tarpon

Tar'pon noun (Zoology) Same as Tarpum .
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tarpon

<zoology> Same as Tarpum. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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tarpon

Tarpon atlanticus noun large silvery game fish of warm Atlantic coastal waters especially off Florida
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Tarpon

• (n.) Same as Tarpum.
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tarpon

any of certain marine fish of the family Megalopidae (order Elopiformes), related to the bonefish and the ladyfish and identified by the elongated ... [1 related articles]
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tarpon

tarpon (tär'pon) , common name for members of the family Elopidae, large herringlike game fish of the warm seas of the Western Hemisphere, ranging occasionally from Long Island to Brazil and to the west coast of Africa and entering freshwater streams freely. Their heavy, silvery scales, som...
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Tarpon

The tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) is a large silvery marine fish of the order Teleostei found in the warmer waters of the western south Atlantic where it enters rives in pursuit of mullet. The tarpon resembles a huge herring in form and colour and reaches a length of two metres and a weight of almost 50 kg. From the hinder part of the dorsal fin the...
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tarpon

Large silver-sided fish Tarpon atlanticus of the family Megalopidae. It reaches 2 m/6 ft and may weigh 135 kg/300 lb. It lives in warm western Atlantic waters
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Tarpon

[disambiguation] The term tarpon can refer to: ...
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Tarpon

All species of the family Megalopidae
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