Tell us your tale of coming nose-to-nose with a 6 gill [--this big--], or about your vacation to turquoise warm waters. Share your adventures here!
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On the last ThThTh I came across this lumpsucker at 10 feet. I thought to myself, it's blue! After the dive I was telling everyone I saw a blue lumpy. The response was, "are you sure it was blue?" I shoot video in V-log so the output is a bit off, so I wasn't 100% certain till seeing it on my computer screen.
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Such an amazing find! Love the color and its little feet peeking out!!
- I've Got Gills
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SM, that is too cool. I’ve seen bright pink, yellow/red, white. But never blue. Very nice.
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Long,long ago when I was breeding lumpies in a tank in my parent's basement, my female lumpie was an even more intense blue color than this one. All her babies turned out blue, too.
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That is a seriously cool shot. Maybe the white walkers got it and this is a sign that, "winter is coming"?