Tongue Sole Fish

Tonguefishes are flatfish in the family Cynoglossidae. They are distinguished by the presence of a long hook on the snout overhanging the mouth, and the absence of pectoral fins. Their eyes are both on the left side of their bodies, which also lack a pelvic fin.

Tongue Sole Fish are distinguished by the presence of a long hook on the snout overhanging the mouth, and the absence of pectoral fins. Their eyes are both on the left side of their body, which also lacks a pelvic fin.

Sole Fish is usually found in tropical and subtropical oceans, mainly in shallow sandy and muddy bottoms including estuarier, though a few species found in deep sea floors, and a few in rivers.

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Cynoglossus Cynoglossus


Sole


Tongue Sole Fish