The land fish is a species of fish that is, as the name implies, fully terrestrial. Their anatomy is still fish-like, though. Specifically, they have a wide head like a monkfish, with the mouth on the upper surface. They have 2 'feet' coming off the side of their throat, which they use to move. The rest of their body is thick, roughly like a goby without the tail fin, and is used to slither along the ground
It is found in West Asia, and is approximately 2ft long as an adult
This strange fish seems rather unique overall, and so it is hard to see how they'd fit into their environment
What niche in its environment could this land fish fill?