gravel-diver

graveldiver

[grav-uhl-dahy-ver]
noun
any of several eellike fishes of the family Scytalinidae, found off the Pacific coast of North America, especially Scytalina cerdale, which burrows among rocks.

Origin:
gravel + diver

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