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In the meantime, the black headwater catfish and silvery Mexican tetras will have the 3.5 million gallon pool all to themselves.
Mexican tetra swam from surface waters into their caves around 1.5 million years ago.
By the Fifties the medical research being done was not kind to that fuel, but because of the work of those producing tetra ethyl lead and gasoline, and our love of mobility, the public was blissfully unaware of the serious long term health issues.
She was born with tetra-Amelia syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by the absence of limbs.
There’s not just electric eels; there are at least a dozen tanks filled with different catfish, tetras, piranhas and the electric field-generating, ray-finned knifefish—black ghost, bluntnose and elephant nose.
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