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Spotted Gar - Lepisosteus oculatus. Photo by US fish and wildlife Service.

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Spotted gar (Lepisosteus oculatus). Freshwater fish.
The spotted gar (Lepisosteus oculatus) is a primitive freshwater fish native to North America. It has a long, cylindrical body, an elongated mouth, and many dark spots on its head, fins, and body.
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Free Photos > Animals Photos > Fish Photos > Spotted Gar - Lepisosteus oculatus (26/172)

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Spotted Gar - Lepisosteus oculatus. Photo by US fish and wildlife Service.

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