A body of water occupying about two-thirds of a world made for man—who has no gills.
He may be known from the other varieties by the redness of his gills.
If good, their gills are of a fine red, and the eyes bright; as is likewise the whole fish, which must be stiff and firm.
If they are attached only by a part of the width of the gills, they are adnexed.
When they are colored, ...