atlantic wolffish mature relatively late, at age six. conservation status. according to scientific data, the atlantic wolffish's population has decreased drastically due to overfishing and bycatch. bottom-tling vessels also disrupt the wolffish's rocky underwater habitat when they drag large nets across the ocean floor, with heavy weights .
the oyster toadfish, opsanus tau, also known as the ugly toad, oyster cracker, oyster catcher, and bar dog, is a northwest atlantic species of fish of the family batrachoididae.the maximum length of this toadfish is 43.2 cm 17 in , but they infrequently surpass 38 cm 15 in . they are generally yellowish with a pattern of brown oblique bars.
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epicyon 'more than a dog' is a large, extinct, canid genus of the subfamily borophaginae 'bone-crushing dogs' , native to north america. epicyon existed for about from the hemingfordian age of the early miocene to the hemphillian of the late miocene.
the largest member of the family, the stone triggerfish pseudobalistes naufragium reaches 1 m 3.3 ft , but most species have a maximum length between 20 and 50 cm 8–20 in . triggerfish have an oval-shaped, highly compressed body. the head is large, terminating in a small but strong- jawed mouth with teeth adapted for crushing shells.
the streak of a mineral is the color of the powder produced when it is dragged across an un-weathered surface. unlike the apparent color of a mineral, which for most minerals can vary considerably, the trail of finely ground powder generally has a more consistent characteristic color, and is thus an important diagnostic tool in mineral identification.
the extinct borophaginae form one of three subfamilies found within the canid family. the other two canid subfamilies are the extinct hesperocyoninae and extant caninae. borophaginae are called 'bone-crushing dogs' that were endemic to north america during the oligocene to pliocene and lived roughly 36—2.5 million years ago and existing for about
the stone louse petrophaga lorioti, in german steinlaus is a fictitious animal created by german humorist loriot in 1976 to parody nature documentaries.it was primarily featured in a video sketch, as well as being a fictitious entry in the german medical encyclopedic dictionary pschyrembel klinisches wörterbuch