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Rock Climbing Gobies

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    Stefan
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    Persistent little buggers

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    torso
    Participant

    I have seen Hawaian gobies doing this in a movie about special adaptions to habitat last year -BBC?

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    Plaamoo
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    I’ve seen this before, impressive! One of my favorite fish. Anyone know where it is? The wall they’re climbing looks like concrete/man-made. I wonder, if it is, how it has affected their migration? Also wonder if that lush green algae is natural?

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    poshsouthernbird
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    I was reading about this on PFK this very afternoon – if anyone hasn’t seen the article it’s this one (hope it’s ok to link to PFK Rock climbing gobies

    The things that some creatures do without batting an eyelid never fails to amaze me.

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    Matt
    Keymaster

    This is Odyssey’s video Jim, can’t remember where it was shot though? Very cool nonetheless.

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    Plaamoo
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    I knew I’d seen it, can’t keep things filed correctly, need a new hard drive in my head

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