Carnivorous Catfish

Carnivorous Catfish A blog for curious wisdom, protecting the environment, and depicting the ocean and all it's creatures

earthandanimals:


Streamline by Steve Stewart

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whatapreciouslittlefuckfox:

in case you weren’t aware
snakes yawning are literally the cutest things on the planet asdnsjkandjkasjkf

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whatapreciouslittlefuckfox:

in case you weren’t aware

snakes yawning are literally the cutest things on the planet asdnsjkandjkasjkf

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astronomy-to-zoology:

Reticulated Hillstream Loach (Sewellia lineolata)

Also known as the Tiger Hillstream Loach, the reticulated hillstream loach is a species of river loach that is native to Vietnam.  Like other hillstream loaches S.lineolata is a rheophile, an animal that inhabits rapids, and is often seen clinging to rocks with its modified ventral fins. Reticulated hillstream loaches are active during the day and will feed mostly on algae but are known to eat small benthic invertebrates as well.

Phylogeny

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Images: tropical-fish-pictures and Andy Foden

rhamphotheca:

A Texas Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum) dealing with the heat at the Martin Refuge Photography Ranch in South Texas.
photo by Patty Raney      
(via: Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival)

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rhamphotheca:

A Texas Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum) dealing with the heat at the Martin Refuge Photography Ranch in South Texas.

photo by Patty Raney     

(via: Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival)

thelovelyseas:

Wobbegong sharks, Julian Rocks by cathm2 on Flickr.

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thelovelyseas:

Wobbegong sharks, Julian Rocks by cathm2 on Flickr.

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astronomy-to-zoology:

Freshwater Garfish (Xenetodon cancila

Also known as the freshwater or silver needlefish or the needlenose halfbeak, the freshwater garfish is not a gar but a species of needlefish found throughout Southern and Southeastern Asia. Freshwater garfish usually inhabit freshwater and brackish bodies of water where they hunt for crustaceans and the occasional fish and frog. Freshwater garfish are sexually dimorphic as males possess slight black edges on their anal and dorsal fins, females lack these markings. They are also fairly popular in the aquarium trade.

Phylogeny

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March against Monsanto!!!!!!

March against Monsanto!!!!!!