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any member of a family of fishes, Ostraciidae, also called boxfishes, that have short triangular bodies covered by firmly united hexagonal bony plates. Only the jaw, the bases of the fins, and the tail protrude from this carapace, and the locomotion of these fishes is
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Michelle Johnson: This past weekend I read your most recent novel, Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk.
I've shot with several underwater 360 rigs, and the Boxfish 360 is by far the most reliable and easiest to use," says Danny Copeland, freelance underwater filmmaker and Media Manager for the Manta Trust.
They are responsible for funding preliminary design and engineering work prior to receiving provincial and federal Treasury Board approval of funding, with subsequent costs borne in equal shares (Deloitte and The Boxfish Group 2015).
Boxfish doesn't walk, think or live like an old lady either.
Boxfish are highly maneuverable, but have low agility (Walker, 2000); whirligig beetles can rotate with high agility, but are not very maneuverable (Fish and Nicastro, 2003); freshwater painted turtles display intermediate values for both (Rivera et al.
Boxfish is a unique TV discovery application that uses a real-time index of every word spoken on TV to connect consumers quickly to content of interest, said Eoin Dowling, CEO, Boxfish.
On 25 January 2011, a boxfish was collected from off the northern Lebanese coast, in the vicinity of the Ramkine islet (34[degrees] 29' N; 35[degrees] 45' E) (Fig.
More recently, certain display screens such as those on the BlackBerry have been inspired by the way light shimmers from a butterfly's wing, and the body of the Honda Insight automobile, which displays remarkably low levels of drag, was inspired by the large but streamlined body of the boxfish.
Experts have named the yellow boxfish Mick because his puckered mouth resembles The Rolling Stones singer's famous pout.
Visitors will be able to admire a portrait of the zebra turkeyfish and a map of its range in the Pacific, for example, or learn that the white-spotted boxfish typically frequents tropical waters 1 meter to 30 m deep.
On other excursions we also saw humongous sponges, brain coral, pufferfish and boxfish.
Designers see the polka-dot boxfish as the perfect shape for a new boxcar - described as 'bionic' because it will combine technology and biology.