De agua salada, mi pez favorito. Increíbles esos colores, su forma. Podría estar horas mirándolos. Desde niño he querido una pescera, algún día, con mis peces favoritos. / Tang Fish

De agua salada, mi pez favorito. Increíbles esos colores, su forma. Podría estar horas mirándolos. Desde niño he querido una pescera, algún día, con mis peces favoritos. / Tang Fish

tropical fish  what an amazing color arrangement, leave it to the creator to be such a great artist.

tropical fish what an amazing color arrangement, leave it to the creator to be such a great artist.

Not from the reef. These are beautiful freshwater fish. they are very hard to keep in an aquarium... Discus fish - ©Roberto Cortes                                                                                                                                                      More

Not from the reef. These are beautiful freshwater fish. they are very hard to keep in an aquarium... Discus fish - ©Roberto Cortes More

Trigger Fish - One of my all time favorites. Only had one and had to give it back to a store when I moved out of town.                                                                                                                                                      More

Trigger Fish - One of my all time favorites. Only had one and had to give it back to a store when I moved out of town. More

Tropical Fish: The Thorn-Tailed Fish (Acanthuridae) is a family of forked-tailed fish, (aka: tang, surgeonfish, unicornfish & more). There are over 80 species in this family, all who have very sharp & dangerous spines on their tail, which fork out at their rear. Usually the spines lie flat against the sides of the fish but if they are angry or scared the spines stick out & can be used to lash out at any perceived threat as the fish thrashes its tail about.

Thorn-Tailed Fish - Pretty Tropical Fish with Spiny Tails

Tropical Fish: The Thorn-Tailed Fish (Acanthuridae) is a family of forked-tailed fish, (aka: tang, surgeonfish, unicornfish & more). There are over 80 species in this family, all who have very sharp & dangerous spines on their tail, which fork out at their rear. Usually the spines lie flat against the sides of the fish but if they are angry or scared the spines stick out & can be used to lash out at any perceived threat as the fish thrashes its tail about.

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