What is another word for cabassous?

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[ kabˈasəs], [ kabˈasəs], [ k_a_b_ˈa_s_ə_s]

Cabassous is a genus of nocturnal armadillos. Synonyms for cabassous include the naked-tailed armadillo, Chacoan naked-tailed armadillo, and southern naked-tailed armadillo, among others. The name "naked-tailed" comes from the fact that these armadillos have a sparsely-haired, scaly tail, which is unusual among their armored mammalian relatives. Cabassous are arboreal, living in trees or burrows, and have a diet that consists of insects, fruit, and small vertebrates. They can be found throughout Central and South America, and are threatened by habitat loss and hunting. Despite their unusual appearance, cabassous play an important role in the ecosystem as seed dispersers and insect predators.

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    What is cabassous

    Cabassous is a type of fish that originates in the Afro-Arabian region. Cabassous are noted for their distinctive scaleless skin and 56 to 69 vertebrae. The fish can reach a length of up to 2 meters, and have a lifespan of up to 30 years.

    Due to its rarity, and its delicate flavor, cabassous is considered a luxurious fish. It is also one of the most expensive fish in the world, fetching upwards of $2,000 per kg.

    Cabassous are caught mainly in the Mediterranean and Red Seas.

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