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I saw it in a Aquarium
It was in the water
It ia a strange animal
Sofi the scientific name is:Pterois Voitans
Also, I wanted to make as clear as possible that cecihelper1 may be right; I am not saying someone is RIGHT or someone is WRONG, I am just trying to think aloud TOGETHER analyzing the situation =)
Well yes, you are right in that SOMEONE did the research, in this case you may know who by looking who identified the species properly first; then, if the identification is correct, wouldn´t we want as many people as possible to know the correct identification of that animal? Maybe repeating it is a way of reassuring it..... However, I have just noticed that you may sort of say "I agree with the identification" by clicking on the "+ 1" or "+ something" button next to the identification you agree with.... In this case cecihelper1 three people have agreed with you =). I think that was a good option Project Noah has given.... As for life, yes, people will use what it is "good" and I think SHARING is important and "good" too.... Greetings =)
Personally, I think that repeating ID's is like doing a copy-paste to something that you did with lots of dedication & research. One thing is to put a different ID, but putting the same again and again looks like "I'm desperate to suggest something, I don't care if someone has done that already, but I'm desperate!"
I wonder....what happens if you suggest the same ID many times? Can we say that it is "wrong"? If so, why would you think so?Nobody has said anything, and maybe those who repeat the ID are sort of saying "yes, I agree with that ID"....FOR ME, I would say that is ok to repeat ids. Greetings to all =). And I am glad Santa Ritas are well known =).
You have suggestions waiting for you.
Cami & Sofi: If there's already a suggestion, there is NO NEED to put it 6565465 TIMES! Hope you take this into account,-Cecihelper1
Nice spotting and picture; it is a beautiful animal indeed =)
Lat: 38.99, Long: -76.74
Spotted on Jun 20, 2012 Submitted on Jun 20, 2012