One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A blunt-nosed chimaera with rodent-like front teeth and a long thin tail, found in the northeastern Atlantic and around South Africa.
Chimaera monstrosa, family Chimaeridae
- ‘But I also remember being amazed by the lush underwater scene and taking home happy memories of rabbitfish snacking on our bubbles as they escorted us around the house reef.’
- ‘As discussed in physical description above, rabbitfishes lose their color at nightfall and may also change color if threatened.’
- ‘Throughout the ferry, nudibranchs, groupers, puffers, and wrasses had taken up residence along with juvenile barracuda, fusiliers and rabbitfish.’
- ‘Large schools of rabbitfish and Sergeant Majors seeking a handout provide guaranteed excitement for snorkellers.’
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