oarfish

IPA: ˈɔrfɪʃ

noun

  • A large, greatly elongated, type of fish of the family Regalecidae.

Examples of "oarfish" in Sentences

  • Even the whole oarfish thing is dubious.
  • Some baby oarfish are geneticly born light green.
  • The oarfish family contains four species in two genera.
  • Apparently solitary animals, oarfish may frequent significant depths up to.
  • Apparently solitary animals, oarfish may frequent significant depths up to .
  • He says he knew exactly what it was because he learned all about oarfish in school.
  • Nevertheless, there aren't really any 'sea serpent' sightings that describe oarfish.
  • Darren, are you just referring to my vague memory about vertical oarfish, or do you know something about it too?
  • The oarfish, which can reach 17m long, has previously only been seen on a few occasions dying at the sea surface, or dead washed ashore.
  • MALIBU KTLA -- A 12-foot long oarfish washed ashore in Malibu this week and researchers at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum say ...
  • Using a remotely operated vehicle, they caught a rare glimpse of the huge oarfish, perhaps the first sighting of the fish in its natural setting.
  • MALIBU KTLA -- A 12-foot long oarfish washed ashore in Malibu this week and researchers at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum say they're looking forward to studying it.

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