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Unidentified African cichlid fish Add To Light Table Unidentified African cichlid fish Add To Light Table Unidentified African cichlid fish Add To Light Table
Unidentified African cichlid fish.
Image ID: 09263  
 
Unidentified African cichlid fish.
Image ID: 09264  
 
Unidentified African cichlid fish.
Image ID: 09265  
 
Unidentified African cichlid fish Add To Light Table Golden trout, Oncorhynchus aguabonita Add To Light Table Golden trout, Oncorhynchus aguabonita Add To Light Table
Unidentified African cichlid fish.
Image ID: 09266  
 
Golden trout.
Image ID: 09267  
Species: Golden Trout, Oncorhynchus aguabonita
 
Golden trout.
Image ID: 09268  
Species: Golden Trout, Oncorhynchus aguabonita
 
Bichir, Polypterus Add To Light Table Headstander, Leporinus affinis Add To Light Table Headstander, Leporinus affinis Add To Light Table
Bichir.
Image ID: 09270  
Species: Bichir, Polypterus
 
Headstander.
Image ID: 09271  
Species: Headstander, Leporinus affinis
 
Headstander.
Image ID: 09273  
Species: Headstander, Leporinus affinis
 
Headstander, Leporinus affinis Add To Light Table Headstander, Leporinus affinis Add To Light Table Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Add To Light Table
Headstander.
Image ID: 09274  
Species: Headstander, Leporinus affinis
 
Headstander.
Image ID: 09275  
Species: Headstander, Leporinus affinis
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously.
Image ID: 09276  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Add To Light Table Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Add To Light Table Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Add To Light Table
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously.
Image ID: 09277  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously.
Image ID: 09278  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously.
Image ID: 09279  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Add To Light Table Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Add To Light Table Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Add To Light Table
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously.
Image ID: 09280  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously.
Image ID: 09281  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously.
Image ID: 09282  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Boesemans rainbowfish, Melanotaenia boesemani Add To Light Table Red rainbowfish, Glossolepis incisus Add To Light Table Red rainbowfish, Glossolepis incisus Add To Light Table
Boesemans rainbowfish.
Image ID: 09284  
Species: Boeseman's rainbowfish, Melanotaenia boesemani
 
Red rainbowfish.
Image ID: 09286  
Species: Red rainbowfish, Glossolepis incisus
 
Red rainbowfish.
Image ID: 09287  
Species: Red rainbowfish, Glossolepis incisus
 
Red rainbowfish, Glossolepis incisus Add To Light Table Bumphead Cichlid, Cyphotilapia frontosa Add To Light Table Unidentified freshwater fish Add To Light Table
Red rainbowfish.
Image ID: 09288  
Species: Red rainbowfish, Glossolepis incisus
 
Bumphead Cichlid.
Image ID: 09289  
Species: Bumphead Cichlid, Cyphotilapia frontosa
 
Unidentified freshwater fish.
Image ID: 09294  
 
Unidentified freshwater fish Add To Light Table Unidentified freshwater fish Add To Light Table Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long, Balantiocheilus melanopterus Add To Light Table
Unidentified freshwater fish.
Image ID: 09295  
 
Unidentified freshwater fish.
Image ID: 09296  
 
Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long.
Image ID: 09321  
Species: Bala shark, Balantiocheilus melanopterus
 
Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long, Balantiocheilus melanopterus Add To Light Table Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long, Balantiocheilus melanopterus Add To Light Table Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long, Balantiocheilus melanopterus Add To Light Table
Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long.
Image ID: 09322  
Species: Bala shark, Balantiocheilus melanopterus
 
Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long.
Image ID: 09323  
Species: Bala shark, Balantiocheilus melanopterus
 
Bala shark, a freshwater fish native to the rivers of Thailand, Borneo and Sumatra, grows to about 14 inches long.
Image ID: 09324  
Species: Bala shark, Balantiocheilus melanopterus
 

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Species Appearing Among These Images:
Ameca splendens
Anableps anableps
Archosargus probatocephalus
Balantiocheilus melanopterus
Ctenopoma acutirostre
Cyphotilapia frontosa
Electrophorus electricus
Geophagus altifrons
Glossolepis incisus
Gymnocorymbus ternetzi
Labidochromis sp.
Lepisosteus oculatus
Lepomis megalotis
Leporinus affinis
Melanotaenia boesemani
Melanotaenia trifasciata
Metynnis hypsauchen
Neolamprologus brichardi
Oncorhynchus aguabonita
Osteoglossum bicirrhosum
Polypterus sp.
Potomotrygon motoro
Protopterus annectens
Pseudotropheus estherae
Pseudotropheus zebra
Pterophyllum altum
Pygocentrus nattereri
Symphysodon discus
Synodontis multipunctatus
Xenomystus nigri

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Updated: October 21, 2020