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Lynx

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#21
It's not my fault I can't decipher any of the words you blanketed with all that sarcasm. :p

Besides, any pond worth it's water needs a good SNAP-ping turtle. ;)
Doesn't count. Not a fish.
 

TabinRivCA

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#24
Pufferfish

(does this game mean we have to remember up 134 listed fish before us, lol)
 

Lynx

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#26
How about animals with "fish" in their name... but aren't actually fish?

Jellyfish! :cool:
Remember you CAN spread jellyfish on bread (with a blender perhaps) but it will NOT taste like grape jelly.
 

seoulsearch

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#29
Dory!

Does that count?

I mean, we're supposed to name fish and Dory was a fish's name...

Just in case, to make this post officially legal, I think Dory is a blue tang.
 

Mem

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#30
Dory!

Does that count?

I mean, we're supposed to name fish and Dory was a fish's name...

Just in case, to make this post officially legal, I think Dory is a blue tang.
Yes! And Nemo is a clownfish.
 

Mem

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#32
How come there aren't any, like, say birds, named after fishes? That seems sort of idk, unfair. I mean there are parrot fish but no fish parrots.
 

Lanolin

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#33
actually there is spiny dogfish, I checked...
 

Mem

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#34
actually there is spiny dogfish, I checked...
yes although there is no fishdog, is my point... but perhaps this is a peculiar sort of 'unfairness', the set apartness of fish. They resemble other things and are named accordingly but other things are seldom called as resembling them. For example, there is no fishgoose, but there are goosefish.
 

Lanolin

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#35
yes although there is no fishdog, is my point... but perhaps this is a peculiar sort of 'unfairness', the set apartness of fish. They resemble other things and are named accordingly but other things are seldom called as resembling them. For example, there is no fishgoose, but there are goosefish.
I'll let you worry about that one!

Cod
 

mar09

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#36

(Spotted Scat; Scatophagus argus)
 

Mii

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#37
Silverfish...

Also I think we need further specification as to how many fish we can list in one post because I think Seoul was snapped unfairly ;)

You didn't specify if they had to be aquatic right?
 

Lanolin

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#39
mackerel