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oarfish Any of several deep water, marine, ribbon fish. Its long, thin body has a dorsal fin extending along its entire length. Two long oar-like pelvic fins protrude from beneath the head. Length: to 6m (20ft). Genus Regalecus.
Regalecus glesne (oarfish) See REGALECIDAE.
oarfish See REGALECIDAE.
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