fish face

fish face

A physiognomy characterized by antimongolic palpebral fissures, colobomata, fish-like mouth, total deafness, malformed ears, fancifully likened to an aquatic poikilothermic vertebrate Seen in Mandibulofacial dysostosis, Treacher-Collins syndrome, Franceschetti syndrome.
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While quantifying predation risk does not yield direct fitness measures, this information is useful in comparing the risks juvenile fish face in different habitats.
Among folksy anecdotes about his boatmates and the types of bait they're using, he slips in facts about the threats that fish face worldwide--habitat loss, ocean acidification, oil spills and overfishing, to name just a few.
Fake those killer cheekbones by making a fish face to find the natural cheekbone contours of your face.
Fish Face regularly stood on its front feet to kick Soldiers.
A suggested activity is using Rainbow Fish Face Paints, recipe also included.
On the other hand, when the fish face left, the chewing cycle looks like an ellipse tilted at an angle, with the tongue moving in a clockwise direction.
Would you please write your cheque before you get to the counter," said Miss Fish Face behind the glass window.
Fish factories that process white fish and pelagic fish face major changes in the years to come.
At least four species of reef fish face extinction.
The fish face daunting natural and man-made challenges in both their downstream and upstream journeys--including degraded habitat, altered water temperatures and dams, such as Brownlee Dam (above) on the Snake River, that can block passage or restrict water flow.
In another, Joe, June and Fish face off against bad guy Kenyatta who gloatingly tells them that while they may disdain him now, they'll soon realize his is the best "job offer" they'll ever get.