Anoplogaster Cornuta


This coin is part of series Deep sea fish



Fangtooths are beryciform fish of the family Anoplogastridae (sometimes spelled "Anoplogasteridae") that live in the deep sea. The name is from Greek anoplo meaning "unarmed" and gaster meaning "stomach". With a circumglobal distribution in tropical and cold-temperate waters, the family contains only two very similar species, in one genus, with no known close relatives: the common fangtooth, Anoplogaster cornuta, found worldwide; and the shorthorned fangtooth, Anoplogaster brachycera, found in the tropical waters of the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean.


Key Selling Points:
Unique coloring technique with realistic colors.
High requested series

Specifications
Art.-No PN1103 Metal Silver
Country Pitcairn Islands Fineness .925
Year 2011 Weight oz.
Face Value 2 Dollars Diameter 35 mm
Quality PROOF Mintage 1'000 pcs.
Special Features Partly colored
Scope of Delivery Capsule, box and certificate
Availability Issued

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This coin is part of the Deep sea fish series.
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