I’m Such a Swell Guy!

483918388066781045_f7972cfba9b0Not to get a big head or anything, but I’m just busting out with pride!

Via Fancy.

Fish Are Friends, NOT Food! (Part II)

(Here’s Part I, BTW.) This fellow has been diving down to visit this Asian Sheepshead Wrasse for the last quarter century! He bangs on the old rusty tank to get the fish’s attention, then it looks like he gives him a snack, though it’s kinda hard to tell.

Fish Makes Fetch Happen

Normally, you play “fetch” with a dog. Well, there’s something fishy about this dog.

Caturday: Don’t Be Coy Koi…

..when it comes to making friends! Take Timo here, for example. He just leans right in for a little Interspecies Snorgling!

How Low Can You Go?

Check out little Erasmus here! (Say in a lilting Caribbean accent;) “He can really do da limbo, mon!” (This is his second C.O. appearance- watch him playing soccer- honest- back at Christmas 2013.)

From Ilana B.

It’s Right on the Tip of My, Um, Tasting-Thingy

I can still remember the day we met. She swam by and glanced at me, with a look that was so shy… Well, not shy, really, it was more — what’s the word? — demure. No, bashful… actually, more like coquettish… Flirtatious? Sly? Sneaky-lookish? Hang on, it’ll come to me…


Via Animal Planet. (I know, that’s probably not a koi. Cope with it.)

Diver Advisory Cautionary Warning Alert!

Due to the combined effects of acid rain, global warming, fracking runoff, radioactive fallout, burst sewage pipelines, and motor oil poured down storm drains, divers are advised that prolonged exposure to reef water may cause slight facial skin irritation.

Read more about it in The Mirror.

Is It Gooey?

Yeah. But in a good way.

Via YouTube.

The Sweet Life of Chief Brody’s Cat

(Oh, man, this scam works like a dream. I just put on the shark suit, hum that “dun-dun-dun-dun” theme music, and this bozo drops the kibble and runs out of the house screaming! And the best part is, I have it all to myself… Wait, what’s that music coming from behind me?)

Via kcxd on Flickr.

Tropical Fish and Tie-Dye

How can you get any better than that?

We honestly did not know fish were into tie-dye. Far out.

Mandarin Fish, native to the southwest Pacific Ocean, and also found in aquariums, via kuburovic natasa‘s Flickr.


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