Mudskippers gets what they gets and don't throws the fits.
Credits and Links Below.
Thank you to all of these researchers and enthusiasts that gave permission for me to share their work with you!
Prof. Dr. U. Kutschera
Sandy Kawano*, Ph.D
and Richard Blob Clemson Uhttps://academic.oup.com/icb/article/53/2/283/806410
also with Benjamin McInroe Clemson Uhttps://science.sciencemag.org/content/353/6295/154
* special big thanks to Dr. Kawano for being generous with her time and knowledge!
Dr. S. Tonia Hsieh
Zenzo Tazawa - https://tazawatanks.com
Dr. Krijn Michel
Dr. Atsushi Ishimatsuhttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/5864537_Mudskippers_brood_their_eggs_but_submerge_them_for_hatching
There is also a wonderful resource on Mudskippers at http://www.themudskipper.org/
run by Gianluca Polgar, who was kind enough to point out two mistakes i made in this video, - At min 1.43-1.49: that is a blenny of the genus Andamia, not a mudskipper.
- Not all mudskippers have fused pelvic fins that are used as suckers
Aside from calling a dolphin a fish - which i actually find kind of funny in context :)
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