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anchovy - Biology, Habitat, As a food source, Spain beaching incident

Any of the small herring-like fishes of the family Engraulidae, widespread in surface coastal waters of tropical and temperate seas; support extensive commercial fisheries, much of the catch being processed before sale. (5 genera, including Anchoa, Engraulis.)

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