[ kabˈɒmbə kˌaɹəlˌɪniːˈanə], [ kabˈɒmbə kˌaɹəlˌɪniːˈanə], [ k_a_b_ˈɒ_m_b_ə k_ˌa_ɹ_ə_l_ˌɪ_n_iː__ˈa_n_ə]
How to use "Cabomba caroliniana" in context?
The Cabomba Caroliniana is a beautiful Southeast Asian fish that was only recently known to exist. The fish was first discovered in 1998 by divers in the waters surrounding Bao Dai Island, Vietnam. The fish is a popular aquarium fish in North America, Europe, and Asia. The Cabomba Caroliniana is a small fish that can grow to be up to three inches in length. The fish possesses a series of fin rays that are located along the dorsal and tail fins. The color of the fish can vary, but is typically light brown, red, or reddish brown.
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