Megamind. Incredibly handsome criminal genius, and master of all villainy.
What the hell is that?
A deflating pufferfish. :)
That thing is fucking ugly as sin.
I ask again….. Can you fry it up with butter?You’ll have to excuse me I’m a little hungry.
Only if it’s a fugu fish. And you’re hungry enough to risk death.
I once ate my moms perch soup . I Fear no evil or death !!!!!!
Excuse me I got some shit to google….
Holy shit….. Mrs. Puff ….. NOOOOOOO!!!!!!
Dolphins love these guys. They don’t eat them. They love to get high off the toxins and even toss them around to other dolphins to try it. Then after hours of being the pod’s personal ping-pong ball, the pufferfish deflats and goes on its merry way.
And if you keep one as a pet, they’re very self-aware of the world outside the tank. They’ve been known to love to watch TV and react to things the magic picture box shows them, including puffing up after being surprised/startled by horror films.When I have enough money to do a saltwater tank
(never)I am getting one of these
You can have freshwater puffers, that require some salt, and brackish puffers. They have BIG personalities for such a TINY fish, but they are high-maintenance fish. They’re difficult in community tanks as they are considered aggressive fish and territorial to boot. They get bored easily and require entertainment, or they will end up entertaining themselves to the horror of your tank, by tearing plants, destroying decor, spit rocks and damage the glass, or terrorize tankmates. They require clean tanks and specific tank requirements, are prone to disease, yet they are messy eaters and require a particular diet of various foods, including live snails, clams, shrimp, and crabs, as they beaks that continually grow that need to be worn down by nipping at shells; if you don’t met that, they will refuse to eat and go on a starvation revolt, because they are sometimes fickle eaters.
But….if you can meet their demands, they are affectionate and fun. They have a habit of staring and have understanding your moods and habits and may “mimic” like a monkey, due to their high-functioning curiosity, then swim around and watch TV with you. They do it with a permanent smile on their face.
Reedfish (Erpetoichthys calabaricus)
Also known as the ropefish or snake fish, the reedfish is an ancient species of fish related to bichir native to western Africa. Reefish usually inhabit slow-moving brackish/fresh water but can also survive in water with low dissolved oxygen content, due to a pair of lungs. These lungs allow them to survive for a small amount of time outside of the water. When they are in the water they feed nocturnally on worms, crustaceans and insects. Their peaceful and inquisitive nature and unique appearance have made the ropefish a popular fish in the aquarium trade.
One day, I will have a predatory tank and I will be my pet and I will spoil you rotten, along with the African Butterfly Fish and Dinosaur Bichir!