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    The Fish Thread

    Anything fish related.

    One of Thailand's giant catfish, just to start the ball rolling....


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    Fish heads
    Fish heads
    Rolly Polly Fish heads
    Fish heads
    Fish heads
    Eat them up yum....


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    Grimsby Docks.


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    ^ and ^^
    It is sad what has happened to the British fishing industry, just as the coal and shipbuilding industries have also been decimated.



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    My old apartment in Rangsit, which I now use as a repository for old records, had one of these in reception. The owners have no idea how to look after fish so every time I go there the previous one has died and been replaced.
    I see fish. They are everywhere. They don't know they are fish.

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    ^^It's sad that Britain allows Spanish mega-trawlers to fish it's waters with impunity, whilst being imposed with catch quotas by the facking EU.

    Bring back Sir Francis Drake..

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    I've been watching this guy on Animal Planet. Interesting stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart
    Bring back Sir Francis Drake..

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    they should bring out a law prohibiting women from washing their twats in the rivers after having sex.





    .....makes all the fish smell like pussy!

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    I wanna start fishing.

    Can someone tell me if this is good value ?

    Looking for some angler to fish in Bungsamran lake with me



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    Cave Man luv fish too, this picture is from L.O.S


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    With a head like a fighter-plane cockpit, a Pacific barreleye fish shows off its highly sensitive, barrel-like eyes--topped by green, orblike lenses--in a picture released today but taken in 2004.

    The fish, discovered alive in the deep water off California's central coast by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), is the first specimen of its kind to be found with its soft transparent dome intact.

    The 6-inch (15-centimeter) barreleye (Macropinna microstoma) had been known since 1939--but only from mangled specimens dragged to the surface by nets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii
    deep water
    Reminded me of the alien looking very deep sea fish.








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    ^ There's some scary shit deep down there

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    ^^^Read somewhere only 5% of the ocean has been explored. Must be a lot more bizarre life forms we no nothing about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabaii sabaii View Post
    ^ There's some scary shit deep down there
    The aquarium at Siam paragon has some interesting specimens, some without names yet. I've suggested "Somchai" but they don't seem interested.

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    Most of Mr. Scruff's studio albums contain tracks about fish, whales and other sea-life, which cut up recordings of voiceovers from children's stories and nature documentaries to create surreal and silly stories.[12] They began with the track "Sea Mammal" (featuring a sample from Boogie Down Productions' track "Part Time Sucker"), released on the Hocus Pocus single (1995).[13] It is also the opening track on Scruff's first album. This was followed by "Wail" (as a homophone for "Whale"), also on his first album. Keep It Unreal (1999) featured the tracks "Shanty Town" and "Fish", the latter of which features samples from the likes of David Attenborough and David Bellamy. The album Trouser Jazz (2002) closes with another cut-up track, "Ahoy There!", noted as featuring an appearance from "Albert Ross" (albatross).
    Scruff has stated that he is unlikely to record any further fish-based cut-up tracks. However, marine references continue in Scruff's work including the track "Shrimp" from Trouser Jazz, and the title and cover art of his most recent albums, Ninja Tuna (2008) and its companion release, Bonus Bait (2009)

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    Take 'em out like a Trout...
    Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thormaturge
    The aquarium at Siam paragon has some interesting specimens
    I enjoyed it there. Some ferocious fish near the boat, got the dead skin nibbled off my toes (chakadee) and the 4D movie at the end is great

    Didn't fancy this though


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    Sorry Thormy but I far prefer crustaceans to fish.


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    Strangely my favorite Presley tune.
    You've got to watch the intro to get the context of the film, otherwise you've got to wonder why Kitty White is driving up the road shouting Crawfish !!


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    Apparently she likes to go fishing:

    Paris Hilton: I love to fish

    Paris Hilton: I love to fish - Yahoo! News



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