Mandarinfish

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The mandarinfish (Synchiropus splendidus, not to be confused with the similarly named mandarin fish) is a small (~6 cm/2.4 in), brightly-colored member of the dragonet family, popular in the saltwater aquarium trade. The mandarinfish is native to the Western Pacific, ranging approximately from the Ryukyu Islands south to Australia..

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    diabeetus

    F­irs­t!

    yawn

    Really, nyokki is first.

    Nimbo

    im in the mood for sushi

    gor

    I’m not sure if you would want to eat this. Bright colors in the animal kingdom is not normally a sign that means “Safe to Eat”.

    Paul_Is_Drunk

    Thanks. That is an awesome wallpaper.

    jediadept

    Given that quality contributions are a measure of one’s value and standing in a group; nyokki has proven to be far superior to the simple moronic action of claiming “first”.

    Brevity Truta

    Out Pixars Pixar in the colourful department, huh?

    smitha22

    shit, I thought they grew on trees!

    BowToMe

    Where is the Ironmanfish? He will save us!

    Paul_Is_Drunk


    God… damn… you. I laughed.

    zilch

    repost, but still cool