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bone·fish
[bohn-fish]
NOUN [PLURAL BONE·FISH·ES, (ESPECIALLY COLLECTIVELY) BONE·FISH.]
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a marine game fish, Albula vulpes, found in shallow tropical waters, having a skeleton composed of numerous small, fine bones.
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Albulidae is a family of fish, commonly known as the bonefishes, that are popular as game fish in Florida, select locations in the South Pacific and the Bahamas ...

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Prepare for the unexpected - a journey that will ignite your taste buds, reward your curiosity and turn any visit into so much more than your typical night out.

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The bonefish (Albula vulpes) is the type species of the bonefish family (Albulidae) , the only family in order Albuliformes. Contents. [hide]. 1 Description; 2 ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bonefish

Define bonefish: a slender silvery small-scaled fish (Albula vulpes) that is a notable sport and food fish of warm seas.

www.marinelifephotography.com/fishes/mullets/bonefishes.htm

Fast-swimming silvery fish with a single dorsal fin, deeply forked tail, and under- slung mouth designed to extract buried invertebrates. Popular with light-tackle ...

www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/fish/discover/species-profiles/albula-vulpes

Commonly, bonefish are named for the many fine bones they contain. English common names include banana, bananafish, Indo-Pacific bonefish, ladyfish, ...

www.fishbase.org/summary/FamilySummary.php?ID=48

Marine; rarely brackish and freshwater. Distribution: tropical seas. About 105 cm maximum length, reported for Albula vulpes.Can tolerate oxygen-poor situations  ...

www.nhptv.org/wild/albulidae.asp

bonefish There are around 10 species of fish in this family. They are bottom- dwellers and are usually found in shallow, brackish waters in estuaries, reefs, bays, ...