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These are related to gobies but they can stay out of the water for quite long periods. You can see them walking in the mud or climbing trees in the mangroves that are around the islands of that area of Thailand. They are also common in other parts of the world.


Mangroves. Tropical areas.

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Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 11 years ago

Their open jaw tugging each other is spectacular...!!

The MnMs
The MnMs 11 years ago

Yes, an amphibian fish :-)

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 11 years ago

Its amphibian

The MnMs
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ภูเก็ต, Thailand

Spotted on Nov 16, 2008
Submitted on May 23, 2011

Spotted for Mission

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