A deep-bodied laterally compressed marine fish, in particular:
- ‘Sometimes a moonfish or a sailfish might show up while freely enjoying the open ocean.’
- ‘One fish I wish I could see with my own eyes is the brilliant opah, or moonfish.’
- ‘The moonfish is swimming in a tank of water.’
- ‘Oceana's scientists attribute the Mediterranean invasion partly to the overfishing of jellyfish predators there, including moonfish, triggerfish, and leatherback turtles, which are often caught accidentally as bycatch.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.