Mudskipper

Apocryptodon Boleophthalmus Oxuderces Parapocryptes Pseudapocryptes Scartelaos Zappa | synonyms = Mudskippers are quite active when out of water, feeding and interacting with one another, for example to defend their territories. They are found in tropical, subtropical and temperate regions, including the Indo-Pacific and the Atlantic coast of Afri...
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mudskipper

mudspringer noun found in tropical coastal regions of Africa and Asia; able to move on land on strong pectoral fins
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mudskipper

Any of a group of fishes belonging to the goby family, found in brackish water and shores in the tropics, except for the Americas. It can walk or climb over mudflats, using its strong pectoral (chest) fins as legs, and has eyes set close together on top of the head. It grows up to 30 cm/12 in lon...
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mudskipper

any of about six species of small tropical gobies of the family Periophthalmidae (order Perciformes). Mudskippers are found in the Indo-Pacific, ...
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mudskipper

mudskipper, name for several fishes of the genus Periophthalmus, of the goby family, found in coastal waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans. They live chiefly on mud flats and in brackish mangrove swamps and are adapted for remaining on dry land when the tide goes out. They have no special air-bre...
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Mudskipper

The mudskipper is a fish of the goby family, genus Periophthalmus, found in brackish water and shores in the tropics, except for the Americas. It can walk or climb over mudflats, using its strong pectoral fins as legs, and has eyes set close together on top of the head. It grows up to 30cm long.
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mudskipper

[n] - found in tropical coastal regions of Africa and Asia
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