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Wisdom Wednesday 10/09/2019

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Gibberfish image from Instagram user @mpophotography

Image by @mpophotography

Not much information is found on Gibberfish due to their rarity. The Gibberichthyidae, also known as gibberfishes, are a small family of deep  seastephanoberyciform fish containing a single genus and two species. The maximum recorded size for either species is 12 cm standard length. They are a blackwater species, meaning they live very deep in the black waters of the ocean.

 

https://thewebsiteofeverything.com/animals/fish/Stephanoberyciformes/Gibberichthyidae/Gibberichthys-pumilus



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