from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Either of two freshwater fishes (Anableps anableps or A. microlepis) of tropical America, having bulging eyes divided horizontally, with the upper part adapted for vision above the water and the lower part for vision below the water.
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- n. A genus Anableps of fish in the family Anablepidae having eyes raised above the top of the head and divided in two different parts, so that they can see below and above the water surface at the same time.
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