Just for FUN - Related to Koi/Fish, Koi Organisation International

This beautiful koi named Dragon Gate, has survived two attacks by otters and has the scars to prove it.  Thanks to Bloedel Conservatory, Dragon Gate is safe in its new home. 
 
Vancouver’s oldest koi, which survived a pair of otter onslaughts at the Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden has been moved and is adapting “swimmingly” to his newly-renovated home.
 
https://www.citynews1130.com/2020/10/08/koi-otter-relocated-bloedel-cons...

Yes, these black swans really look like they are sharing their food. Check out this 1 minute, 9 seconds youtube. 
 
https://youtu.be/vkWOse70Oyk

Another story on the research about fish and their amazing intellect. 
 

Cooking entertainment for the kids, and it shouldn't be too messy!
 
Whether you’re looking for a cool dessert for kids or want to make shark Jello treats to celebrate Shark Week, here is a great and easy recipe that’s perfect for summer. It requires no baking and has only 3 ingredients!
https://hispanaglobal.net/delicious-shark-jello-aquarium-dessert/
 

Head to the kitchen and have some fun making these deserts for your fish loving family or friends.

Cheesecake   https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/a28424745/no-bake-shark-tank...

RuPaul has a fishy fan.
The Queensland grouper fish has worked through more than 150 episodes of the hit show, which is pretty bloody impressive, even by my binge watching standards.

Keepers at Sea Life Brighton Brighton have said Queen Gary III enjoys looking at the movement and bright colours as the queens sashay down the runway.

We all worry about our fish suffering, so Henry Kim created a goldfish 'wheelchair"

In a fairy-tale transformation engineered by man, the dull, grey carp was bred to a metallic sheen more than a millennium ago.
 
"Oh, wet pet," American poet Ogden Nash wrote in pithy summation of the humble goldfish, whose habitat is, by tradition, a glass bowl anchored by the faux luxury of a gravel-bound ceramic castle. But the reality is more complex, suggests a new book by Anna Marie Roos, a professor of the history of science and medicine at the University of Lincoln.

PSYCHOLOGIST Richard Wiseman’s taste for quirky science is well known, so his pet personality project should come as no surprise. In an online survey, he asked people to rate their pets for things like friendliness and neuroticism. Over half of fish owners said their watery friends had a good sense of humour. Fish apparently appreciate a joke more than cats, horses and birds – but not as much as dogs. Reptiles entirely fail to see the funny side of things, according to their owners.

Simply amazing; check out both the story and a collection of his work.  
 

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