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The Venezuelan Bonito Fish is an absolute powerhouse. They can grow to a whopping 5000kg and as long as 50 meters during adolescence. Bonito -Spanish for Fish With Ears- is the only known water dweller to have external earpieces in the shape and style of human ears. 

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4 minutes ago, Oldest Goat said:

The Venezuelan Bonito Fish is an absolute powerhouse. They can grow to a whopping 5000kg and as long as 50 meters during adolescence. Bonito -Spanish for Fish With Ears- is the only known water dweller to have external earpieces in the shape and style of human ears. 

I believed you :lol::lol::lol::facepalm:

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38 minutes ago, janrichmond said:

I believed you :lol::lol::lol::facepalm:

In your defence, he's quite good at that lol, and I would've too, except I saw his definition of "homie" in another thread :lol:

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On 18.7.2017 at 0:44 AM, Whiskey Rose said:

In your defence, he's quite good at that lol, and I would've too, except I saw his definition of "homie" in another thread :lol:

I didn't believe the 50 meters, would've heard of it if there was a fish that big. :P

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Bonitos are a tribe of medium-sized, ray-finned predatory fish in the family Scombridae – a family it shares with the mackerel, tuna, and Spanish mackerel tribes, and also the butterfly kingfish.[1] Also called the Sardini tribe, it consists of eight species across four genera; three of those four genera are monotypic, having a single species each.

 

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4 hours ago, Zurimor said:

I didn't believe the 50 meters, would've heard of it if there was a fish that big. :P

Ya, how did I totally gloss over the 50m part? :lol:

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