coney

Waters:All warm Atlantic, Pacific, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean salt Waters. Description (in water): Only smaller specimens (5 to 15 lbs.) make it to markets, but grouper have been known to grow up to 500 hundred pounds. The color of the fish varies greatly. Red grouper is brownish with some darker mottling. Description (in market): Grouper has meaty, lobsterlike, firm-textured white flesh of a mild, delicate flavor and a low fat content. ...

coney

[n] - black-spotted usually dusky-colored fish with reddish fins
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Coney

Co'ney noun 1. (Zoology) A rabbit. See Cony . 2. (Zoology) A fish. See Cony .
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coney

Epinephelus fulvus noun black-spotted usually dusky-colored fish with reddish fins
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Coney

• (n.) A rabbit. See Cony. • (n.) A fish. See Cony.
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coney

coney or cony (both: kō'nē) , name used for the rabbit (Oryctolagus) and for its fur; more often, for the pika, a small rodent found at high altitudes in both hemispheres; and for the hyrax, a small herbivorous, hoofed animal of Africa and SW Asia. The last is probably the coney refe...
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coney

rabbit (see also
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coney

rabbit
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coney

rabbit (see also
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