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The tropical fish migrates from Florida to Texas when the water is warmer.
Paul Smith’s take on the trend features a mix of bright flowers and tropical fish that feels like a psychedelic snorkeling adventure committed to fabric.
Chin Tiki, while not as extravagant as Mauna Loa, was loaded with Polynesian decor: artificial palms, bamboo, coconuts, servers wearing leis over sarongs, and even little bridges over pools of tropical fish.
If tropical fish bore you, the reef also includes underwater ruins such as sunken ships and planes from World War II.
Beyond his work world, his interests included tropical fish and in the last years of his life, the library became his hobby.
But the reserves can only last so long, which means high winds and flooding in Florida have a very real impact on the wellbeing of tropical fish in Ohio.
Activists say taking tropical fish from reefs harms the ecosystem.
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TROPICAL FISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tropical fish for English Language Learners
: a small, brightly colored fish that lives in warm water in tropical areas
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