Flying Gurnard (Dactylopteridae)
The enlarged pectoral fins of the flying gurnard make it seem as if it were gliding through the water, hence its name. 
Daniel Deitrich on Flickr

Flying Gurnard (Dactylopteridae)

The enlarged pectoral fins of the flying gurnard make it seem as if it were gliding through the water, hence its name.

Daniel Deitrich on Flickr

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