The Northern Mountain Fish (septentrionali montis piscium)is a freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae of order Cypriniformes. It is most commonly found in puddles atop of high altitude mountains in British Columbia, Canada.
Mountain Fish have metallic scales, similar to goldfish. The Mountain Fish's deep body, broad and curved back, and tail placement has been merged with the large head-growth, Mountain Fish do not have dorsal fins.
"wow, a mountain fish!"
"is that a morbidly obese gold fish or a mountain fish?"