Anablepidae (four-eyed fish; subclass Actinopterygii, order Atheriniformes) A small family of fish that includes the species Anableps anableps, unusual because its bulbous eyes are actually divided into upper and lower lobes so that the two eyes actually function as four eyes. It is a predominantly freshwater fish from Central America.
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