Oarfish

The oarfish are any of a family Regalecidae of deep-sea bony fishes, found in warm parts of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. Oarfish are large, up to 9m long, elongated, and compressed, with a fin along the back and a mane-like crest behind the head. They have a small mouth, no teeth or scales, and large eyes. They are often reported as se...
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oarfish

[n] - thin deep-water tropical fish 20 to 30 feet long having a red dorsal fin
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Oarfish

Oar'fish` (ōr'fĭsh`) noun (Zoology) The ribbon fish.
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oarfish

king of the herring noun thin deep-water tropical fish 20 to 30 feet long having a red dorsal fin
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Oarfish

• (n.) The ribbon fish.
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oarfish

(species Regalecus glesne), large, long, sinuous fish of the family Regalecidae (order Lampridiformes), found throughout the tropics and subtropics ... [1 related articles]
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oarfish

Any of a group of deep-sea bony fishes, found in warm parts of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. Oarfish are large, up to 9 m/30 ft long, elongated, and compressed, with a fin along the back and a manelike crest behind the head. They have a small mouth, no teeth or scales, and large e...
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