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glass·fish

 (glăs′fĭsh′)
n. pl. glassfish or glass·fish·es
Any of various small, semitransparent fishes of the family Ambassidae, found in marine and freshwater habitats of Africa, Asia, and Oceania and often kept in home aquariums.
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