wolffish

[ UK /wˈʊlffɪʃ/ ]
NOUN
  1. large ferocious northern deep-sea food fishes with strong teeth and no pelvic fins
  2. large elongate scaleless oceanic fishes with sharp teeth and a long dorsal fin that resembles a sail
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  • Larval and 0-group cod and capelin, as well as species such as haddock, wolffish, tusk ( '' Brosme brosme ''), and ling ( '' Molva molva '') may also be carried by the western branch of the Irminger Current across to East Greenland and onward to West Greenland [18] (see Fig. 13.6). Fisheries and aquaculture in the Central North Atlantic (Iceland and Greenland)
  • A few hours later, after a restorative lunch of spotted wolffish stew, the misery is forgotten. Times, Sunday Times
  • Benthic animals are also important in the diet of many fish species, especially haddock, wolffish ( '' Anarhichas lupus ''), various species of flatfish, and cod. Fisheries and aquaculture in the Central North Atlantic (Iceland and Greenland)
  • There were declines in abundance of broadhead wolffish and thorny skate. Newfoundland-Labrador Shelf large marine ecosystem
  • [1] The wolffish is often sold on the market as ocean catfish or as lobo which is spanish for wolffish. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • An orthodontist's dream, an Atlantic wolffish displays the hardware it uses to crush mollusks, shellfish, and sea urchins.
  • Larval and 0-group cod and capelin, as well as species such as haddock, wolffish, tusk ( '' Brosme brosme ''), and ling ( '' Molva molva '') may also be carried by the western branch of the Irminger Current across to East Greenland and onward to West Greenland [18] (see Fig. 13.6). Fisheries and aquaculture in the Central North Atlantic (Iceland and Greenland)
  • BOSTON - An independent team is expected to review scientific and commercial data to determine whether to grant federal protection for the Atlantic wolffish. Home - BostonHerald.com
  • It is the lake cusk or freshwater ling and could be utilized on our tables; but the wolffish, the rock blenny, the angler or goosefish, the skate, and twenty other kinds, are of great value as food. Canada's Fishery Resources
  • We have caught 17 Greenland halibut and one northern wolffish: a splendid return for two hours' tea-drinking. World's race for economic growth threatens Greenland's pure white wilderness
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