Dragon fish

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Related to Dragon fish: Arowana
(Zool.) the dragonet.

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This fish is generally called as 'lucky fish' in Sri Lanka and famous as Dragon Fish in Chinese culture as it resemblance the Chinese Dragon, an auspicious symbol.
There were the lizard and dragon fish, with an "amazing variety of teeth", the faceless fish that O'Hara said had "such an enigmatic face" despite eponymously not having a face at all, what appeared to be a new species of blobfish, recovered off the coast of Tasmania, a bright red coffinfish and a new species of anglerfish.
And we see the magical light produced by glow-worms, plankton, a bioluminescent millipede and a rare dragon fish.
With stunning footage, captured on hi-tech new cameras, David reveals the secrets and we see the magical light produced by the likes of glow worms, plankton, a bioluminescent millipede and a rare dragon fish.
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Yangon, Myanmar -- A dragon fish with intricate, maze-like markings on every scale, a frog with rough, chocolate-colored skin and a ginger plant are among more than two dozen flora and fauna species found in Myanmar since it emerged from a half-century of military rule and isolation.
All of the so-called arowanas or dragon fish are expensive, but unusually colored ones may fetch ten times or more the price of normally colored ones.
Further you dream any kind of fish, in fact it has 4000 varieties of fishes - Butterfly fish, Fighter Fish, Angelfish, Red Parrot, Neon Tetra, Sword Tail, Gold Snail, Discus, Dragon Fish, Zebra Fish, Archer, Silver Arowana, Dalmation Molly and so on and so forth.
But the Weever fish, or Dragon fish as it is sometimes known, can inflict quite a lot of pain for their size.
The two men had attempted to smuggle eight Arrowana, also known as dragon fish, across the Canadian border at Buffalo, en route for sale in New York City.