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Thread: GA Aquarium

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shea
    FYI.....those are Jacks not mackeral
    Thanks for that, I knew it wasn't mackerel, because they usually had pointier snouts, or maybe I thought those were tunas. But then again tunas are like five feet. You guys are going to have to forgive me, I can name almost all the freshwater fish, but Shea will have to help me with the marine fish.
    Last edited by Friendly; 01-05-2009 at 01:45 AM.
    Awww... so cute.

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    Tuna fish are like five feet? Wow! Thought they were tiny little squirts of a fish. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellen4God
    Tuna fish are like five feet? Wow! Thought they were tiny little squirts of a fish. lol
    Yeah! I know right Ellen, amazing how they can fit 5 feet worth of fish in a can, right!

    All jokes aside, though, at first I was amazed tuna were that big. I saw a picture once of my friend going fishing in the pacific. I thought he caught a world record tuna... but turns out the majority of the tuna are that big. Bummer, right.
    Last edited by Friendly; 01-05-2009 at 02:01 AM.
    Awww... so cute.

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    The one fish you dont no (in the first set of pictures) is some kind of trigger fish..

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    Georgia aquarium is pretty cool, I should post up the pics I took there. I wish I had gone by myself though, kept getting rushed by the people I went with. I think I could have spent the whole day there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Red Severum
    The one fish you dont no (in the first set of pictures) is some kind of trigger fish..
    Yeah might've been a grey trigger fish.

    Quote Originally Posted by korith
    I think I could have spent the whole day there.
    Yeah I know, it's an amazing place.
    Awww... so cute.

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