One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A bottom-dwelling marine fish that has bony armour on the skull and large brightly coloured pectoral fins. It moves through the water with a gliding or flying motion.
- ‘I was drawn away by the iridescent cape of a flying gurnard.’
- ‘This inspirational dive ended on flat sand, where our guide managed to entice a flying gurnard to eat from her hand.’
- ‘The flying gurnard is characterized by its spectacular pectoral fins that look like wings.’
- ‘The sandy seabed is popular with photographers seeking flying gurnards, flounders and cuttlefish.’
- ‘We found a multitude of interesting subjects - flying gurnards and dragonets, strange octopuses and rainbow coloured nudibranchs, and even several different kinds of frogfish.’
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