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Jigsaw puzzle of a discus fish native to the Amazon River. This red striped fish is popular in aquariums because of its compressed body shape.

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Havilah
Mar 10, 2013
I really like this puzzle, I actually lost a piece because it was blending in with the others! Lol
micki
May 31, 2016
That's funny Havilah. Don't know if you ever worked boxed puzzles, but when I was doing them a long time ago, every once in a while a piece or two would go missing. Well I would eventually find them on the floor and lo and behold there were little teeth marks on them. Can you say hello kitty!
jone1
Apr 14, 2016
Pretty Fish.
Coravee
Feb 11, 2016
Neat mystery. My first thought was, "Oh, good! I like polka dots! " and then I saw it was a fish, which I also like.
toadalove
Jul 28, 2014
Cute!
SANTACLAUS
Apr 23, 2013
What beautiful colours these fish have and how relaxing you get just watching them, thank you yet again team for such a good variety of jigsaws.
pixipixil
Mar 9, 2013
The most colorful tropical fish I ever came across is the green mandarin. He has so many colorful patterns I thought it was a made up picture but I googled him and sure enough, he really is a riot of colors. This little guy is so sweet. They have salt water tanks at the eye doctor's and one fish loves to swim into the current caused by the
filter pump. That's his spot and he chases the other fish away.
Have a lovely day/peaceful night everyone. It's sunny here, and the snow is fresh. Just beautiful. It lifts up the soul.
ginny212
Mar 9, 2013
Wow! Thanks Pixipixil, I googled Green Mandarin fish. He's really colorful. Did you think his head looked like a frog? I looked at several pics and thought the same in all of them.
jes1202
Mar 9, 2013
Nice story, made me laugh to think of that fish chasing the others out of his spot.
mountainmama
Mar 9, 2013
Wow! The green mandrin is really colorful. Thanks for sharing that Pixi. How is your brother doing? Keeping him and your family in my prayers.
tomandray
Mar 9, 2013
Went to Google and found the Mandarin fish, so very colorful. Thank you for sharing.
aussiesapphire
Mar 9, 2013
They are very pretty - what on earth did we do before Google?????
PATRICIA37
Mar 10, 2013
I am joining all the prayers for rain in your area
pixipixil
Mar 11, 2013
Thank you for praying or my brother. The initial stages of setting up treatment went so well they began ahead of schedule. I haven't gotten any more news but he says it's all been without pain or illness so far.
pixipixil
Mar 11, 2013
I'm glad you folks enjoyed seeing the fish. I wish I had lots of money to pay someone to make a wall of salt water tank. I love the colorful and weird stuff under the ocean. No I won't go scuba diving. The ocean is so unpredictable and huge I would never enjoy it. I'd love to have cuttle fish that change colors and flash and that poison octopus with the flashing blue circles. (Too bad it's deadly but I'd only look at it through the glass. )
sunsetsky
Mar 11, 2013
I agree. He is very colourful! And his head does look like a frog.
MelodyCrafer
Mar 12, 2013
I Googled it, and I agree that it is extremely colourful! :D
slippers
Mar 9, 2013
Yeah I am awake long enough to do the puzzle (thanks team for another interesting puzzle) and also make a comment before bed, and get a silver placeing for a short while before all you wizz kids wake up and knock me off the pedastal(ups not sure of the spelling) trust you all wake up to a sunny day we are still desperate for rain and the poor sheep cattle etc are really suffering, we have been declared a draught area the first since 1952. Very sad as we live in a dairy area.
cindyj28
Mar 9, 2013
So sorry to hear that you have been that desperate for rain. Hope to hear that your situtation has changed for the better soon. Perhaps if we all prayed for rain like we did for aussiesapphaire, you would get your rain. I for one will start and ask God to bless your area with the rain you need to sustain life.
cindyj28
Mar 9, 2013
Did enjoy the puzzle, but am finding the comments too interesting to pass up. Thanks to the staff for giving us something to gather around.
mountainmama
Mar 9, 2013
What a great idea Cindyj28! I will join you in prayer for the rain that is needed for all farmers and ranchers.
nlbuchanan
Mar 9, 2013
Just said a prayer for rain for your area. Hope your cattle are soon blessed by all the rain they need, both to drink and to raise up the food they need to eat.
slippers
Mar 9, 2013
Thanks you to the ones who are praying for rain, we don't own a farm but we are surrounded by them but we do rely on rain for our water when we first bought the house we put in an extra water tank and that has been worth it's wheight in gold.
Barbaranne
Mar 9, 2013
Slippers, I will pray for rain for you and then maybe God will re-route all the rain that is falling in the u. K. At present, I would like to know have you have all manage in a drought area for 60 years.
aussiesapphire
Mar 9, 2013
Hi slippers, you can have some of ours but will pray it will head your way. Everything here is now lush and green and supposed to be another week of intermittent rain. Take care and God bless.
aussiesapphire
Mar 9, 2013
Finally got a nice sunny day slippers and hope you have had rain by now. All my towels are hanging on the clothes line after waiting for about a week to wash them. They will come in smelling so fresh.
jaffacat
Mar 10, 2013
Ditto! To you aussie sapphire, out in Bribie. Aren't you tired of these stupid rain showers all the time? My front lawn is still mushy & really needs a mow, but it's too damp still. Nice to see some sun at least for awhile today. Have a good sunday! Cheers from Bray Park.
aussiesapphire
Mar 10, 2013
Hello Jaffacat, Mine is the same but really still to wet to mow, but nice to see it all green and everything beginning to bloom so well. I have a lovely collection of sun jewels and they are spectacular at the moment.
jaffacat
Mar 10, 2013
Sun jewels? Some kind of pretty flower??
mountainmama
Mar 10, 2013
Hi Aussiesaphire! Just looked up "sun Jewels". They are a lovely flower. May have to try some if I can find them in the our area.
aussiesapphire
Mar 10, 2013
Hi Jaffacat and mountainmama. Sun Jewels are from the portulaca family and while portulaca are annuals, sun jewels are perennials and self sow, so really only need a punnet of seedlings to get started and they will reward you with lots of flowers of different colours, which attract the bees and make the rest of the garden grow :).
PATRICIA37
Mar 10, 2013
What a nice puzzle, I love tropical fish.
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