OPer fish dont need air to breath, that ish was funny when i read it. keep workin on your english vernacular that OP was ridiculous your not there
yet but soon.
I am no biologist, but you should look deeper into that statement because fish do breathe oxygen(air). They take it in with water and the "water
keeps going through the gills...and their body retains the oxygen.
If you don't believe me, go buy a goldfish at the pet store and keep it in a sealed container to see what happens...it will die within a day or
Oh and I am for poking it with a stick too but a verrrrry lonnngg stick!
Due to the fact that on the service of the water it is one color and in the middle depth area it’s another it makes me believe it’s not coming to
the services. I do see the ripples but in my mind that is from the movement of whatever it is under the water.
At a certain point in the video you see a frog swimming, frogs hibernate in the winter and wake up when the water gets to a certain temperature. So my
guess to a warm water spring, and the red thing must be a different kind of dirt which is heavier then the normal surrounding dirt.
Maybe taking a sample of it would clear things up?
Man, that's ugly. It looks like a mouth. Something must be warming or sending up gas (although you'd think you'd see bubbles or vapor or
something). Just a silent mouth chewing there. Hey, stick your hand in there! Naw, just kidding. I noticed a frog swimming around it like he
wasn't too bothered. Thanks for the ugly show! Strangest thing I've seen possibly.
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