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Le poisson gobieLes poissons peuvent-ils vivre hors de l’eau ? Les oxudercinae, sous-famille des gobies, en sont la preuve. Ces étranges créatures ont développé une étonnante aptitude à survivre hors de l’eau : elles ont la capacité de respirer via leur peau, et peuvent se déplacer en utilisant leurs nageoires comme des pattes. Appelés « mudskippers » en anglais (littéralement les « bondisseurs de la boue »), les oxudercinae parviennent à sautiller brusquement pour se déplacer plus…

Le poisson gobieLes poissons peuvent-ils vivre hors de l’eau ? Les oxudercinae, sous-famille des gobies, en sont la preuve. Ces étranges créatures ont développé une étonnante aptitude à survivre hors de l’eau : elles ont la capacité de respirer via leur peau, et peuvent se déplacer en utilisant leurs nageoires comme des pattes. Appelés « mudskippers » en anglais (littéralement les « bondisseurs de la boue »), les oxudercinae parviennent à sautiller brusquement pour se déplacer plus…

Indian dwarf mudskipper fish is new arrival at Blue Planet Aquarium

Mudskippers make for unusual arrivals

Spectrolebias reticulatus, one of the many species of annual pearl killifishes.  One I would like to keep and breed someday.

Spectrolebias reticulatus, one of the many species of annual pearl killifishes.

would love as a piece of art in the living room!

So beautiful. And just to be clear, it is NOT a beta! For all you people out there who might mistake this fish for a beta its a black goldfish. Thank you for your time.(: black and white photo photography fish graceful beautiful

A giant mudskipper on the mangrove mudflat in the Matang Mangroves

A giant mudskipper on the mangrove mudflat in the Matang Mangroves

red siamese fighting fish

Stunning Portraits of Colorful Siamese Fighting Fish - My Modern Metropolis

Mudskippers are completely amphibious fish, fish that can use their pectoral fins to walk on land. Being amphibious, they are uniquely adapted to inter-tidal habitats, unlike most fish in such habitats which survive the retreat of the tide by hiding under wet seaweed or in tidal pools.

Meet mudskippers - Fish that have evolved to live out of water. These fish are completely amphibious, and use their pectoral fins to walk around on land. They have a large gill chamber that retains water and closes tightly when they are not immersed

Telescope (Gold Fish)

This is an amazing photograph. I love fishies! Photograph fish dance by…

Bunches-of-barracuda...they have lightening speed and incredible accuracy.  It is a savage and fierce hunter with cannibalistic tendencies. They herd their prey into schools to increase their success.  Very capable of lacerating a human limb.

The Sudanese Red Sea teems with barracuda fish, as seen in this photography by Ireland's Jackie Campbell. The photo won third place in the wide-angle category.

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