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Thread: Fish that lives in peat swamps!

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    Yeah, I think I saw that show with the little red catfish. I didn't think they looked much like fish either at the time, but they never gave us a really good look at them. At least the Indonesian ones had a half-way decent pic or two to see they really are fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Anoxos @ Jan. 26 2006,9:25)]Yeah, I think I saw that show with the little red catfish. I didn't think they looked much like fish either at the time, but they never gave us a really good look at them. At least the Indonesian ones had a half-way decent pic or two to see they really are fish.
    I saw that show as well. I thought it was amazing how small the little bugger was, not to mention that it was living in a stagnate pool of water. Just incredible...

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    Man this is so cool.
    I bet there are thousands of animals that we hadn't discovered yet... so interesting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Dimka @ Jan. 27 2006,12:43)]Man this is so cool.
    I bet there are thousands of animals that we hadn't discovered yet... so interesting!
    Yeah, new cp's are being discovered too, including a D.rotundifolia with no pigment.
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    I think it's cool that they live in such acidic water. That can only happen if the water doesn't contact mineral soil, where it would pick up aluminum that would kill the fish.
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