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“Toxotes jaculator, a scaly-finned, acanthopterygian fish, about 6 in. long, inhabiting the seas around Java, which has the faculty of shooting drops of water to the distance of 3 or 4 ft. with sure aim, at insects, causing them to fall into the water, when it devours them.” — Williams, 1889


Fish: A-B


H. L. Williams The World's Cyclopedia (New York: World Manufacturing Co, 1889) 46


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