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What Kind Of Fish Are You?

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You are an Angel Fish! You are a beautiful and elegant ciclid. When you swim through the water, you appear to be gliding gracefully. Originating from South America, you are one of the most intelligent of the fishes. Your fins are long and flowy, so they may be prone to getting nipped at, but you get to be a pretty big fish, so the little nippy ones won't bother you. Unlike other fish, you choose a mate and stick with him/her and you take care of your young until they are old enough to make it on their own.

What kind of fish are you?

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Drake

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You are a Piranha! You are a big pretty fish with very big teeth. Lot's of people like to keep your kind as pets because of your viciousness. You like to fight and rip your food apart while it's still alive. You are actually illegal in some states of the USA!

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Princess

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You are a Guppy! You are a small livebearer who is often used as a feeder fish. If you are a female, you are bigger and brown. If you are male, you are small and covered in little flecks of bright color. The only purpose of your species is to make more of your species. Your favorite thing to do is to eat your offspring. Go you!

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Chickenman

Princess- :rofl:

Drake-Illegal in some states...hmm.... :p

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Radioactive Isotope

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You are an Angel Fish! You are a beautiful and elegant ciclid. When you swim through the water, you appear to be gliding gracefully. Originating from South America, you are one of the most intelligent of the fishes. Your fins are long and flowy, so they may be prone to getting nipped at, but you get to be a pretty big fish, so the little nippy ones won't bother you. Unlike other fish, you choose a mate and stick with him/her and you take care of your young until they are old enough to make it on their own.

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Ana

Angelfish.

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Mirax

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You are a Tiger Ocscar! You are a big, tough fish that is very brightly colored in varied bright orange stripes or swirls. Like other South American ciclids, you are quite intelligent and are not only able to learn what your people are for, but you can tell them apart! You enjoy picking on anything smaller than you, but you kinda like having a companion around. You enjoy nipping at people's fingers and

threatening strangers that walk into the room.

:lol: Great test TSL!!!!!

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Chickenman

Angelfish

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You are an Angel Fish! You are a beautiful and elegant ciclid. When you swim through the water, you appear to be gliding gracefully. Originating from South America, you are one of the most intelligent of the fishes. Your fins are long and flowy, so they may be prone to getting nipped at, but you get to be a pretty big fish, so the little nippy ones won't bother you. Unlike other fish, you choose a mate and stick with him/her and you take care of your young until they are old enough to make it on their own.

What Kind Of Fish Are You?

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