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Getting a few of these to guard the house.
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I have seen moray eels. I have kept moray eels. But I have never seen that species. It's cool :)
 
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I think a wolf eel would make an excellent guard fish. Or a lingcod. I caught a few of those off California one time. One is ugly and the other rather beautiful, but they are both very serious looking fish. (not my images; check the links for proper credits)
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I think a wolf eel would make an excellent guard fish. Or a lingcod. I caught a few of those off California one time. One is ugly and the other rather beautiful, but they are both very serious looking fish. (not my images; check the links for proper credits)
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Dang! The top one looks like the man next door. Scary dude.
 

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Hmph, stereotyping. You can just go and put on your hat with corks hanging off the brim :whistle:
We actually have hats with corks hanging off them. It's to keep the flies away. However, with modern mosquitoe netting, a hat covered in mozzie net is more commonly seen nowadays :)

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LOL are we talking about teeth or no teeth now ...
Your sharky doesn't show its teeth. It's a gummy shark :)
 

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