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Simbi Laveau

Fish making a sand crop circle

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Simbi Laveau

I know we had a thread about this last year ,debunking these sand circles on seabed floors ,being fish made .

I've never seen a video of it though .

I like how he adds one last little decoration .It looks like a type of blow fish to me.

:)

http://www.wimp.com/fishcreates/

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Q-C

That was great, Simbi! Very calming to watch. Like a Japanese sand garden creation...

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.Betta

Divine.

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Simbi Laveau

Divine.

I used to breed bettas.I miss my tanks so much .....

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Still Waters

I know we had a thread about this last year ,debunking these sand circles on seabed floors ,being fish made .

I've never seen a video of it though .

I like how he adds one last little decoration .It looks like a type of blow fish to me.

:)

http://www.wimp.com/fishcreates/

I don't think they were debunked. They were reported as having been made by Puffer fish.

http://www.unexplain...howtopic=234343

Interesting video you posted. It's nice to see one in action :tu:

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Simbi Laveau

I don't think they were debunked. They were reported as having been made by Puffer fish.

http://www.unexplain...howtopic=234343

Interesting video you posted. It's nice to see one in action :tu:

Mmmm,i may be remembering it wrong .I remember the seabed "crop circles",as an item,and then it being found out fishes did it ....

I know my fishies ,and it looks like a blow fish(puffer) to me.

Good to know i was right .

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