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‘Dis How Baby Fish Is Made
‘Dis How Baby Fish Is Made

Ok, not really. But man, how would you like to be these fish? They’re swimming along, minding their own fish business, probably in a fish farm, but still it’s the life they know. Then Wham! They’re caught up in a net or some type of giant fish bucket, thrown into a plane, and flown, yes flown to Utah. Ok, let’s just think about that for minute. It’s fish. Flying. On a plane. Because, nature? Then, once they get used to the turbulence (Can fish get air sick? Would they even know what that was?) they are dropped, rather unceremoniously, into a new random lake. I mean, I know how much a belly flop hurts. These poor little guys. I can image after this, if we kept the camera on the lake, we’d see about half these fish just floating there, all stunned and what not. So, yeah. There ya go. One lake: Populated!

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