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  1. #1211
    Slim sculpin: Subtropical
    Found on soft bottoms, Taken in shrimp trawls.
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    Burmese trout: Tropical
    Inhabit shady areas and muddy bottoms in deep hill streams. Adults usually collected in clear water with moderate to swift currents, juveniles in quiet pools further downstream.
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    Raiamas kheeli: Tropical
    Captured in deeper stretches of open water in relatively fast-flowing waters; in complex habitats of alternating riffles and pools, on rocky substrate
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    Big skate: Largest skate in North America, Feed on crustaceans and fishes.
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    Blonde ray: Found on sand and sand-rock bottoms, Feed on all kinds of benthic animals.
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    Raja chinensis: Subtropical, Better reference needed.
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  2. #1212
    Cape Verde skate: Tropical; 17°N - 15°N: Eastern Central Atlantic: endemic around Cape Verde.
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    Small-eyed ray: Found on sandy bottoms, from inshore waters to about 100 m in tidal areas: Max length : 80.0 cm TL male.
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    Blackish skate: Deep-water: Southeast Pacific: off Peru and Chile.
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  3. #1213
    Silver rasbora:Tropical; 20°C - 26°C: Freshwater: Occurs mainly in rivers and enters flooded fields.
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    Rasbora beauforti: Freshwater: Asia: Kumai river, Borneo
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    Clown rasbora: Freshwater: Asia: Malay Peninsula and Indonesia (Borneo and Sumatra).
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  4. #1214
    Rhinohorn goby: Tropical; 25°C - 28°C: Also found in quiet mangrove estuarine habitats
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    Redigobius leveri : Tropical; Inhabits rivers and creeks, Found in shallow (less than 1 m) creeks with gravel, rubble, boulder and sand substrates, with rapids and pools.
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    Redigobius oyensi: Freshwater: Freshwater habitats
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  5. #1215
    Arowanas
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    Arowanas are freshwater bony fish of the family Osteoglossidae, also known as bonytongues[1] (the latter name is now often reserved for Arapaimidae).[2] In this family of fish, the head is bony and the elongated body is covered by large, heavy scales, with a mosaic pattern of canals. The dorsal and anal fins have soft rays and are long based, while the pectoral and ventral fins are small. The name "bonytongues" is derived from a toothed bone on the floor of the mouth, the "tongue", equipped with teeth that bite against teeth on the roof of the mouth. The arowana is a facultative air breather and can obtain oxygen from air by sucking it into its swim bladder, which is lined with capillaries like lung tissue.


  6. #1216
    Retroculus xinguensis: Freshwater: Tropical; 27°C - 30°C: Inhabits rivers . Maximum length 25 cm TL
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    Royal escolar: Tropical; 36°N - 31°S, 34°E - 157°E: Feeds on fishes, crustaceans, and cephalopods
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    Silver gemfish: Deep-water: Found in schools on continental shelf and slope. They are normally caught close to the sea bed but probably move into midwater at times .
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    Rheocles vatosoa: Freshwater: Collected in the upper and middle reaches of the Lokoho river in the general vicinity of the town of Andapa. Found predominantly in clear streams over gravel or coarse sand bottoms.
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    Rheocles wrightae: Freshwater: Africa: near Anosibe, Manambola River, Madagascar.
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    White-banded triggerfish: Tropical; 30°N - 30°S: Commonly found in subtidal reef flats and shallow protected lagoons
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    Halfmoon picassofish: Subtropical: A rare species that lives in outer reef areas. Feeds on fishes, benthic invertebrates, algae and organic matter
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  7. #1217
    Blacknose dace: Freshwater: Inhabits rocky runs and pools of headwaters, creeks and small river.
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    Lesser sandshark: Subtropical: Found from the surf line to about 70 m depth.
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    Taiwan guitarfish: Subtropical: Found inshore and offshore.
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    Atlantic guitarfish: Subtropical: Inhabits sandy and weedy bottoms, sometimes near patch reefs. Also found along beaches from shoreline to depths of 30 m
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    Grayspottted guitarfish: Subtropical: Found inshore from the surf line to a depth of 100 m
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  8. #1218
    Blue-girdled Angelfish (Pomacanthus navarchus): Indo Pcific.
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    Regal Angelfish Pygoplites diacanthus: Indo Pacific
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    Three-spot Angelfish Apolemichthys trimaculatus: Indo Pacific.
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    Cocos Angelfish Centropyge joculator: Indo Pacific.
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    Hybrid Angelfish Christmas Island: Indo Pacific.
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  9. #1219
    Silver Bigeye Priacanthus blochii: Indo Pacific.
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    Robust Bigeye Priacanthus sagittarius: Indo Pacific.
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    Snake Blenny Xiphasia setifer: Indo Pacific.
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  10. #1220
    Larval Blenny: Pacific Ocean
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    Blue-spot Butterflyfish Chaetodon plebeius: Indo Pacific.
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    Cross-hatch Butterflyfish Chaetodon xanthurus: Pacific Ocean.
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    Pacific Triangular Butterflyfish: Pacific Ocean.
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    Striped Catfish Plotosus lineatus: Indo Pacific.
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    Clarks Anemonefish juvenile: Indo Pacific.
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