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    post your fish

    post your fish
    Florida gar ( I think) , I don't know why they look different colors.
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    Re: post your fish

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    I think this little guy is maybe a molly it it was in a tannic fresh water canal
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    Nice, do you know what that one is? I realize its in dark water , but It looks like a tilapia to me.
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    I cant tell you cos I don't know this fish. It is a Temple Pond and peole put fish inside which they bought at a local market. It is a part of Buddhism to release animals.
    In East Asian Buddhism and particularly in Tibet and China, the release of animals, particularly birds or fish, into their natural environment became an important way of demonstrating Buddhist pity.

    Animals in Buddhism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Saltwater catfish
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    Hatfish with dragonfly

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