82 comments

Jim Ven
Jim Ven1 years ago

thanks for the article.

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Carrie-Anne Brown

thanks for sharing :)

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Dale O.

An interesting video about a fascinating fish. Some anthropomorphism going on about the 'coming out to play,' but an enjoyable video.

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Elisa F.
Elisa F3 years ago

Relaxing to Watch :) Thanks for sharing.

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Virginia Abreu de Paula

I have never seen this fish before. Guess it's the cutest ever! Seems like a Walt Disney drawing. Thank you for sharing. I am in love.

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Roxana Saez
Roxana Saez3 years ago

:O) TYFS

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Miya Eniji
Miya Eniji3 years ago

Thanks for that data, Teddy G. ^^ i have no dive experience yet, but that is good to know!
And thanks also to those who pointed out those small things swimming nearby may well be
pufferfish young- aha ! so that's why this fish is "greeting " diver.
In any case, this makes me think of being in Hawaii ^^ where i saw these fish often swimming in canal near my flat. They change patterns on their backs to send messages to other pufferfish. They are very smart; once i helped one catch a crab !
We made a great team, and the fish got a tasty lunch ^^

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debby ro
Deborah ro3 years ago

Such a beautiful creature ...the wonders of our earth ...thanks for the video !

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Lynn C.
Lynn C3 years ago

TY

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Ulane V.
Ulane V3 years ago

Love procupinefish, the eyes are amazing.Good quality video, lucky diver.

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