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Photographer: Paul Osmond  (see this users gallery)

The Freshwater Catfish(Tandanus tandanus) has a short first dorsal fin and an eel-like tail. The second dorsal fin originates above the middle of the body. The first dorsal fin and pectoral fins are each preceded by a sharp serrated spine. The down-turned mouth is surrounded by four pairs of barbels. This fish is endemic to Australia and is only found in the Muarry - Darling River System and some coastal drainage systems in New South Wales and Queensland.
Image taken at the Sydney Aquarium, Australia

· Date: Sun July 31, 2005 · Reference ID: all/22050625-111310_004 · Views: 8905 ·
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