Angelfish (noun)

A tropical marine fish with a tall, narrow body and long, graceful fins that are often brightly colored.

Origin:

From the shape of its body and fins, which resemble the wings of an angel.

Examples:

  1. The angelfish is a popular addition to saltwater aquariums due to its beautiful appearance.
  2. Angelfish are native to the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
  3. The angelfish is known for its distinctive appearance, with its tall, elongated body and flowing fins.
  4. Angelfish feed on a variety of small creatures, including crustaceans and smaller fish.
  5. The angelfish is considered a relatively hardy species and is relatively easy to care for in an aquarium setting.
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