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Due to the ecological importance of mudskippers, it is necessary to provide a comprehensive reference about these fishes. Therefore, the present work aims to introduce the current book entitled " Fishes out of Water: Biology and Ecology of Mudskippers " edited by Zeehan Jaafar and Edward O. Murdy. This book contains 15 chapters published by CRC press in 2017. Because of its valuable content, this book has become a complete reference about mudskippers. This valid reference will be useful for a wide range of students, researchers and specialists in the fields of evolution, environment, fish behavior and physiology.
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