Alphabet Game – UNDERWATER

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  • #34295
    trish williams
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    D= Dabs

     

    #34344
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    E = Egyptian Sea Star

    It’s a type of starfish

    #34345
    trish williams
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    F – Firemouth

    #34348
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    G = garfish

    #34349
    Doris Murphy
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    H = Halibut

    #34350
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1161
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    I = Irukandji (an extremely dangerous/poisonous jellyfish found in the northern marine waters of Australia)

    #34351
    Susan Inak
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    J- Jack Dempsey   a type of chiclid

    #34399
    trish williams
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    K-kissing Gourami

    #34411
    Royanne Hewko
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    • 84
    • Junior

    L =  leeches

    #34426
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1161
    • Superfan

    M = Mangrove Jack aka Mangrove Red Snapper (As its name implies, the mangrove red snapper is commonly found in mangrove-lined estuarine systems, although is known to migrate to offshore reefs to spawn. As they mature, mangrove red snappers move into open waters, sometimes hundreds of kilometers from the coast to breed. These larger fish are sometimes caught by bottom-fishers with heavy tackle, though they still remain difficult to land due to their speed and proximity to sharp reef bottoms … Wikipedia). Mangrove Jacks are excellent eating fish and reveal firm, sweet tasting white flesh. Many anglers even rate the taste of jacks higher than barramundi!

    #34433
    trish williams
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    N – Neon Tetra’s

     

    #34434
    Cassel
    Keymaster
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    O – Octopus

    #34435
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    P = perch

    #34440
    trish williams
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    #34451
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 415
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    R = red snapper

    #34455
    Annie Tobin
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    S = Shark

    #34456
    trish williams
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    • 242
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    T-Tuna

     

    #34460
    Michele aka micfin
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    U = Unicorn Fish

    #34463
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    V = Vermiculate electric ray

    Had to Google this one…there is a crazy long list for V but who has ever heard of them?

    #34489
    Doris Murphy
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    W=Whitefish

     

    #34494
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Xiphosura — Ancient kinds of animals that haven’t evolved in millions of years and look pre-historic. They are considered to be living fossils.

    #34496
    Annie Tobin
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    Y = Yoyo loach

    #34499
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 415
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    Z = Zooplankton — Types of very small organisms that are an important source of food for many sea creatures.

    #34519
    trish williams
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    A- Anchovy

     

    #34537
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    B = Bream…fresh water sunfish

    #34572
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1161
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    C = Cod

    #34591
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 415
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    D = dogfish

    #34592
    trish williams
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    • 242
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    E – Electric Eel

    #34599
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1161
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    F = Flathead

    #34632
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    G = guppy

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