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After flood prehistory creatures were found in Iran (Sistan and Baluchistan Province)

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onishlena

Hello dear specialist. I am biologist by my degree is in biotechnology.

My husband is Iranian and we have a lot of friends there.

 Recently very big flood happened and Iran and after that flood those fishes were found. Videos was taken by locals (Hamun lake).

We will be very thankful for your feedback.

Regards

Elena 

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Tidgy's Dad

Link not working for me.:(

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daves64

MP4 video link. Worked for me & this is a screen shot of the "fish" she's talking about. Kind of interesting looking. 

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daves64

You can even grow your own apparently... 

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Kane
2 minutes ago, daves64 said:

You can even grow your own apparently... 

 

Ha! Puts me in mind of the old ads in comic books for these (also a form of shrimp):

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Herb

Very cool! My Triops never hatched, my sea monkeys did though:)

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Cam28
3 hours ago, Kane said:

Ha! Puts me in mind of the old ads in comic books for these (also a form of shrimp):

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Remember for 10th grade marine sciences class, we had some sea monkies (pretty sure they're actually just little fairy or brine shrrimp). After one night they all suddenly died & it was likely the worst smell I've ever had to endure. 110% not worth it

 

Dabled once with triops, got some to hatch but apparently are really sensitive to hard water/ excess food. Even under ideal conditions (proper water balance, big tank, etc.) they only live a few months

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Fossildude19

Yup. Triops:) 

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Auspex

Takes a lot to make a meal: once you get 'em cleaned, there's not much to 'em!
:P

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FossilDAWG

They do have a remarkable but superficial resemblance to cephalaspid fish.  Kind of like how larval water penny beetles resemble trilobites.

 

Don

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Mark Kmiecik

Triops Canciformis -- Their eggs can lie dormant until the next flood. I believe it is an endangered species.

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JohnBrian
On 4/14/2019 at 8:33 AM, Auspex said:

Takes a lot to make a meal: once you get 'em cleaned, there's not much to 'em!
:P

 

Those things are too ugly to eat!

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