Who needs a cat anyway?. .. TO THE FRONT PAGE!... which i think i'm still on actually! Who needs a cat anyway? TO THE FRONT PAGE! which i think i'm still on actually!
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#25 - waffies
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(10/03/2012) [-]
TO THE FRONT PAGE!... which i think i'm still on actually!
TO THE FRONT PAGE!... which i think i'm still on actually!
#3 - AnonymousDonor
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(10/03/2012) [-]
does anyone else think that fish looks totally fake like it's computer generated?

i mean i know its not based on the other two fish, but it looks so realistically fake
User avatar #5 to #3 - doesnotcompute
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Dude, it looks so real... it looks fake.
User avatar #4 to #3 - iliekbacon
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(10/03/2012) [-]
its a freshwater puffer
not sure if leopard or spotted but its deffinately a freshwater puffer.
User avatar #19 to #4 - CrashingSea
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It's a green spotted puffer, and it's not really freshwater... it's freshwater or brackish during it's young years but as it gets older it needs to have some salt in the water.
User avatar #43 to #19 - iliekbacon
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(10/04/2012) [-]
i know ( I've kept "fresh water" puffers for a while now)just tryin to help out
#29 - hadzibg
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(10/03/2012) [-]
Maybe it's a catfish
#34 to #29 - Dember
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Green spotted puffer, actually. I had one before. Brackish water fish, they can live over ten years and they get pretty big. Mine liked to eat crickets and snails.
Pic related, it's a different kind of puffer. ... Puffing. c:
#41 to #34 - hadzibg
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Yeah, I was pretty much aware that's not a catfish. It was a PotC reference. Thanks for the info, though.
Yeah, I was pretty much aware that's not a catfish. It was a PotC reference. Thanks for the info, though.
#31 - thebukman
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(10/03/2012) [-]
Reminded me of this.
Reminded me of this.
User avatar #2 - darkoblivion
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(10/03/2012) [-]
i've done this with birds at the pet store
#1 - lordbutthurt
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#30 - PedoBearFTW
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My fish is an asshole, whenever I open his tank to feed him, he lunges basically out of the water and bites my finger. I really do not know what his problem is.
Pic related, it's the little bastard.
#33 to #30 - Dember
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He just thinks you're food. Instead of being pissed at him for a natural instinct (what else could he live by? He's a fish, their brains aren't exactly Einstien-level intelligent), perhaps teach him to jump up for a treat? My own bettas love live blackworms, I have one called Jaws who'll leap out of the water and take them right from my fingers. Picture related, he's the prettiest I've ever had. C:
User avatar #40 to #33 - PedoBearFTW
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(10/03/2012) [-]
I'm not pissed, I'm just kidding, haha, I love my little Murphy!
#35 to #33 - anon id: 44769666
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Probably because its a fighting fish! xD I've always wanted one myself.
User avatar #36 to #35 - Dember
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Leaping up to nip at things is a predatory behavior, not one of a rival male -- they don't generally encounter other males -above- the water, after all.

Sure, they'll sometimes flare their gill covers at fingers outside of the glass (they'd have no idea it's dry over there), but they're not notable creatures for being able to tell what really is of their own species and what isn't. In fact, they'll often try to fight with gouramis and paradise fish because they're a relative of the betta, and they'll even go for fancy guppies because they have long and colorful fins, like a betta.

Nipping at fingers over the water, though, he probably just thinks it's something he might be able to eat, like a bug, which would be his natural diet.
#20 - zaskaishi
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**zaskaishi rolled a random image posted in comment #894623 at MLP Friendly Board ** mfw
#26 - anon id: e0e00c50
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Catfish?
User avatar #6 - doesnotcompute
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I was expecting another fish to come out from the sand and eat it.
User avatar #37 to #6 - Dember
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Not many people keep predatory sand fish in their tanks.
User avatar #42 to #37 - doesnotcompute
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There's always that one guy who would...
User avatar #44 to #42 - iliekbacon
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(10/04/2012) [-]
... I know that person but they have a salt water tank and when i saw a video of a tank feeding it (a sand shark that buried itself sometimes) shot out of the sand and made me jump
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