Arapaima

• (n.) A large fresh-water food fish of South America.
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Arapaima

A`ra·pai'ma noun [ Prob. native name.] (Zoology) A large fresh-water food fish of South America.
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arapaima

arapaima (ăr"upī'mu) , tropical fish, Arapaima gigas, of the Amazon basin. It is perhaps the largest of the strictly freshwater fishes, reportedly reaching a length of 15 ft (4.5 m), but averaging 7 to 8 ft (2–2.4 m) in length and 200 lb (90 kg) in weight. The dorsal and an...
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Arapaima

Arapaima is a genus of South American fresh-water fishes, of the order Physostomi, family Osteogiossidae, one species of which (Aeapaima gigas) grows to the length of five meters, and forms a valuable article of food in Brazil and Guiana. It is covered with large bony scales, and has a bare and bony head.
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