One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A small inshore fish with a very elongated snout, head, and body, living along the Pacific coast of North America.
- ‘We observed reproductive behaviour of tubesnout in the natural environment in both bays.’
- ‘Large schools of tubesnouts reside within the eelgrass beds.’
- ‘Leopard sharks, smelt and tubesnouts glide in and out among the piers, barnacles and anemones attach themselves to pilings.’
- ‘Male tubesnout, stickleback, greenlings, and gobies also guard the eggs.’
- ‘Several female tubesnouts may lay their eggs in a nest which is guarded by a single male.’
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