Caproidae (boarfish; subclass Actinopterygii, order Zeiformes) A small family of marine fish often found at moderate depths, which is why the fish often have a reddish colour and large eyes. Generally they have deep, almost diamond-shaped bodies, a pointed snout, small jaws, and minute scales. They have a world-wide distribution.
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