Siamese fighting fish - breathe:see:move


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In their wild form, the Siamese Fighting Fish is dull green and brown in color and it has a stout elongated body with short rounded fins. The name "fighting fish" comes from the fact that males will most often fight each other until either one or both of them are dead. Short-finned males have long been bred in Thailand for fighting purposes, though in this sport the combatants are usually separated before a fatal outcome. They are ferocious fighters, yet interesting behaviors occur during combat. If one of them goes to the surface for air they will pause the conflict, and the other will not take advantage of its rival during this temporary helplessness. Also if there is a third male, it will wait its turn to fight the victor rather than joining in the fray between the other two.


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