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Sep 20, 2013


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Randy Nicholson

They start out much smaller! And, aggressive is an understatement. I once caught about twenty baby dolphin (another fast growing aggresive pelagic) and kept them in an aerated bucket for about 24 hours. In that time, the largest, a two inch brown and orange striped specimin consumed every single one of its companions and grew and aditional inch, tripled in weight (guess), and sported all of it's adult rainbow colors!


WOW that's amazing that it starts out so small.


That is amazing. I bet biologists are going nuts over this discovery.

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