Zheng Huan’s Mask

[Found here. Related post here.]

Many thanks to Rob G. for hitting the tip jar today.

The .Gif Friday Post No. 692 – Little Windy Dude, The Chase Scene & Fishbush

[Top .gif found here. 2nd created from this video; 3rd created from this (h/t Paul Y).]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 689 – Dance Hard, Wavy Wave & Sod Fishing

[Found here, here and here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 688 – Bunnyshade, Nosestand & Groovin’ the Elephant

[Found here, here and here.]

Ghost Pipefish

“I saw some brown algae, it looked like seaweed. I moved my hand and the current blew it all one way but a bit of it was moving the other way. I put my torch on and there was this big eye looking at me.”

[Image and quote found here.]

DIY Monocentris Japonica

Google translate gives us this description (from the video):

Introducing rare Japanese fish. A unique Matsukasauo. I saw it after a long time. In the old days, you could throw it into a bonfire, bake it and eat it. The scale is hard and the kitchen knife does not enter. Although small , he is very delicious. When processing, do you put a knife in the anus or cut it with scissors? For roasted and steamed fish. It is expensive as an ornamental fish because it has a rare value. It may be sold as a stuffed animal for ornamental purposes. It’s a fish like a skeleton, but it’s also called a pineapple fish.

More free downloadable papercraft fish plans here [via].

Happy Tetraodontidae

The bleached bones of a member of the
Tetraodontidae family.
It includes balloonfish, blowfish, blowies, bones, bubblefish, globefish, honey toads, pufferfish, puffers, sea squab, sugar toads, swellfish, toadfish and toadies.

[Found here. More bone collectors here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No.662 – Knotfish Swimming, Onion Sizing & Subway Superman

[1st found here, 2nd from a LinkedIn spammer, 3rd from here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 649 – Four Swallows, Grouper Grab & Fast Food Dash

[Found here, here and here.]