Chimaera

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Chimaera

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A Chimaera (Rabbit fish) swimming just above the sea bed.

Item Type:Image
Title:Chimaera
Creator(s):Rob, Curry
Identification:Remy, x
Date:13 January 2008
Time:09.52 pm
Copyright:SERPENT
Classification:Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Chordata (Chordates) > Class Actinopterygii (Ray finned Fish) > Chimaeriformes (Chimaeras) > Chimaeridae (Shortnose chimaeras)
Species:Chimaeridae
Behaviour:Swimming just above the sea bed.
Site:Atlantic > Gulf of Mexico > GOM unlisted
Site Description:Seafloor
Depth (m):1257
Latitude:27 deg 23' 47" N
Longitude:90 deg 18' 12" W
Countries:Mexico > Gulf of Mexico
Habitat:Benthic
Substratum:Deep sea mud
Rig:Belford Dolphin
Project Partners:Andarko, Subsea 7, Dolphin Drilling
ROV:Subsea7 Hercules 7
Keywords:Rabbit Fish
Deposited By:Mr R Curry
Deposited On:03 July 2008

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