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    Know if your fish is venomous

    Discussion in 'Lessons Learned' started by SfirtenK, Jan 13, 2018.

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      LOL at the nut who grabbed the lionfish....was he high at the time?
       
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      For the whole 2 weeks I had him. Kept him in a 20 gallon with bricks on the screen lid in an outbuilding. Had a noose on a stick to put him in an empty garbage can when I needed to clean the water in his half water/half land tank.
       
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      Those nice yellow rabbit fish everyone likes in sw tanks is bad news as well. You wouldn't think by looking at them.
       
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      There not that bad, I find their sting overated
       
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      They are like the Copperheads of venomous fish.
       
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      Yes in that they are venomous, but not particularly so.
       
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      More like the mangrove snakes of venomous fish. Copperheads will still put you in the ER
       
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      More accurate yes
       

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