The sawtail fish of Ectora is heavily armored and slow-moving. It captures plankton in the hairs of its lower mouth. The upper mouth is much smaller and used only for respiration. Both are able to shut tight by closing armor plates over them. The false fish has a total of six spines on the body. The forward two have fins attached to them. The rear four are covered in barbs. All are rigid. Only the tail can swivel and this allows it to slice at the scary electric sharks that pursue it.
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