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lan·tern·fish
[lan-tern-fish]
NOUN [PLURAL, (ESPECIALLY COLLECTIVELY) LAN·TERN·FISH, (ESPECIALLY REFERRING TO TWO OR MORE KINDS OR SPECIES) LAN·TERN·FISH·ES.]
1.
any of several small, deep-sea fishes of the family Myctophidae, having rows of luminous organs along each side, certain species of which migrate to the surface at night.
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lanternfish

Lanternfishes are small mesopelagic fish of the large family Myctophidae. One of two families in the order Myctophiformes, the Myctophidae are represented by ...

www.seasky.org/deep-sea/lanternfish.html

The lanternfish, also known as Symbolophorus barnardi, is a deep-water fish that gets its name from its ability to produce light. The light is produced by tiny ...

www.mbgnet.net/salt/oceans/animals/lantern.html

Typical of its family, with its blunt, rounded head and large eyes, the lanternfish has many light-producing organs, or photophores, arranged in short rows and ...

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www.britannica.com/animal/lantern-fish

lantern fish: any of the numerous species of small, abundant, deep-sea fish of the family Myctophidae. Some lantern fish live in the depths to 300 metres (about ...

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/group/anglerfish

Generally dark gray to dark brown in color, they have huge heads and enormous crescent-shaped mouths filled with sharp, translucent teeth. Some angler fish ...

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... to bring prey within range of its sharp teeth. But it also has a weirdly clingy side - after finding a female, the male black devil angler latches on and never lets go!

www.gma.org/fogm/Myctophum_affine.htm

Lanternfish Myctophum affine (Lütken) 1892. [Jordan and Evermann, 1896-1900, p. 570.] Lanternfish (Myctophum affine). Figure 61.—Lanternfish (Myctophum ...

science.jrank.org/pages/3822/Lantern-Fish.html

Lantern fish are so called on account of the special light-producing organs that are found in their skin. Each light organ, known as a photophore, is connected to  ...