Cornetfish

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Bluespotted cornetfish

Cornetfish are a small family of elongated fishes in the order Syngnathiformes. This family has only one genus, Fistularia, with four species. They live all over the world in tropical and subtropical marine environments.

Cornetfish are thin and rather long. They may be as long as 6.6 feet.

They usually live around coastal waters or coral reefs.