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Old 05-25-2005, 09:34 PM   #11
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That's what some of the cats looked like at the National Aquarium in Baltimore - like they were overfed to make them unnaturally large. They looked like they had a little trouble swimming - did you notice that, Melody? This goes to show you that it can happen naturally, too.

I saw a red-tailed cat at the LFS today, and I just had to walk away, and try not to fret over what will become of that poor thing.
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No, this is a big fish.....

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Old 05-26-2005, 04:41 AM   #13
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theres one hanging above them all to
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Now those were the good ole days, when you wore your suit, tie and hat to go fishing!
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uhhh... I stand corrected... that s a big fish!

I just want to know how in the WORLD did they get that thing out of the water!?! 8O
For the longest time I thought "Noodeling" was a myth, and even today Im not so sure, but just in case its a real "sport" if you want to call it that, the thought of either of those two cat fish would stop me from sticking my hand down in the mud holes...
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That catfish died during transport to the aquarium. So sad.
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Figures...
Greedy humans...

FISH FRY!!!!
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Anyone see this movie?:



This fish reminds me of the one in the movie. My wife and I liked it by the way.
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uhhh... I stand corrected... that s a big fish!

I just want to know how in the WORLD did they get that thing out of the water!?! 8O
Winch, pulley, horse team.

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It pretty much is....you would not want most cats chewing on your arm.
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I've seen Big Fish....I think. Is it about the fisherman who tells tall tales? If so, I thought the movie was ok, drawn out. But a good "thinking" movie.
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