Fossil fish Icarealcyon malagasium. From Madagascar, Triassic period. This is one of the rarer fish from this locality and is characterised by its large pectoral fins. Originally described as a "Flying Fish" the latest consensus is this was a slow moving fish that grazed for food around corals. Icarealcyon can be comparable to the Triassic fish Albertonia from British Columbia. This fish specimen is approx 120mm in length and would be longer with a complete tail. I have seen larger specimens of this particular specimen around 200mm in length. .