I was wondering what if any anenomies sea cucumbers,sea apples, clams etc with a Bimac? I know chances are pretty slim but was wondering if anyone has had any success with any of the above mentioned or anything else not mentioned.
Yes! I don't remember the name of the documentary -- I think it might have been about symbiosis -- but they did show footage of the little fish inhabiting the sea cuke's nether orifice. It occurred to me that someone could make a fortune selling posters of that with the caption, "And you think YOUR job is bad?"Colin said:LOL yeah maybe that's it!
Ever seen the documentaries with the sea cucumbers that have a species of blenny hide inside their backside if danger threatens????
Thanks, Jason. BTW, the name Carapus sounds familiar. Is that the parasitic fish that detects urea in the water and follows it into the gills of host fish? The one who -- if you're a guy and you pee while standing in the water -- might get Up Close and Personal with you in a very, very unpleasant way? * OUCH! *J.Scott said:The fish that hides inside cucumbers is a pearl fish (Carapus sp.).
Just thought you'd like to know. :)
Jason,J.Scott said:One other bit of trivia. Candiru are the only vertebrate parasite of man.
Bad as that Brazilian dude had it, I doubt that he would've traded places with this unlucky -- but very gutsy -- lady:Colin said:I think this thread is well on the way to being the 'most off topic ever' LOLOL keep it up :)
i dont know... i think that progressing from the idea of a well educated ceph head (would that be head²foot?) wrestling with reclusive giant molluscs to alcoholic childrens toys and plush incarnations of evil is pretty hard to beat...Colin said:I think this thread is well on the way to being the 'most off topic ever' LOLOL keep it up :)