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Photo Caption: Thinbar Datnoids. Pretty Rare Fish. Dont be jealous of my score.. The picture and fish are the best in the world. FUCK OFF
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120 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Dat,Ray, few Plants.

Rank Info

Ranked #1166 out of 7459 freshwater fish pictures worldwide
This picture looks better than 84.37% of pictures in this category
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The Average Score for this picture is: 5.44
This picture has been rated : 59 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 5.16

More Info

State: New Hampshire
Country: United States
Description: Sick
Advice: Go big or Go home.
Fish Kept: Arowana's, Datnoids, Rays, Geophagus, more.
Corals/Plants: yikes.
Tank Size: 120 gallons

COMMENTS

Seriously poor picture. Seriously uncool language. fish avatar
I love these fish! But how this awful picture got to number one i have no idea? I think it should be removed from the site. So you have an incentive to concentrate some time and effort on your photography skills! fish avatar
well they look like some fuk off fish devil fish them, look at em ready to pounce fish avatar
you couldnt got a better photo to like hack or whatever? fish avatar
Thoes are cool marble convicts. fish avatar
Cool fish....shit photo fish avatar
lmao im 14 years old and could still kick your ass your probably like some 40 nerd that lives in you moms basement get a life fag fish avatar
um, one thing the picture isnt that good, and the rating is screwed up! cool fish but not exacly worth the 89 it has? fish avatar
how do you get that high of a rating when 10 is the highest. fish avatar
So how do you manage to get a 101+ score out of 10 possible max? Those must be pretty special fish!! ;-) fish avatar

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