…When Anti-caps (and sometimes pro-caps, or just people in general), are like
"oh its speculated that…" or "oh, its rumoured this…" in regards to something that is a known FACT.
No. Its not fucking speculated or rumoured. Its straight up facts. Enough of this fucking pansy footing around stuff. A fact is a fact, and I really don’t care if your anti or pro, keep your mouth shut cause doing so on purpose will only make you come across as a pretentious asshole.
Have you guys ever noticed that the majority of captive males (except those like Ulises) have a dorsal that bends to the left? I always kind of found that interesting even though it probably doesn’t even have any significance.
It is a rather unique characteristic, only Ulises, Keet, and Kshamenk have dorsals that flop to the right. Ikaika is flopping to the right too, however if the base gives way it could go to the left still.
Ulises is pretty unique in another aspect, too. He is one of only two bulls (out of 9) that you can properly see both sides of his saddle patch, due to his fins straightness. The other being Valentin. Lucky guys never have to worry about an itch that they can’t reach under the fin ;)
It’s a terrible name. I heard it means “elf” in finnish but anyways, they should do a research about what the names they give to the animals mean in other languages. I saw some poeple saying Makani means fart in some languages and Sakari means “artificial sweetener”. Now we have baby Keijo aka Cheese.
Bahaha oh god I love this:
Kamea= How Dreadful
Sakari= Artifical Sweetener
Especially Keijo. He shall forever be called Cheese.
I just wanna open my little public aquarium overlooking the river valley and have penguins and commersons dolphins and sharks and an amazon walkthrough and watch people be inspired and educated and watch their faces glow as they connect with the life of the seas.
But I’m pppoooooorrrrr and have no money and can’t open my perfect little public aquarium right now :(
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