I – Interesting Fact (ABC wednesday)

Posted: September 9, 2015 in ABC Wednesday, Bikramism, Butterfly Goodeid, clicks, Interesting, Photos, Swimming pool
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Butterfly Goodeid

Butterfly Goodeid :- This fish was supposedly declared “EXTINCT” until 1996.

They were discovered in a PUBLIC Swimming pool at TEUCHITLAN in Western Mexico.  The pool was a fresh water pool fed by a spring which runs in the Teuchitlan River.

Its habitat is that Single fresh water pool and hopefully they would be bred and re-introduced to natural habitat.

My entry for the ABC Wednesday. The Word for this Wednesday is “I”

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  1. Very interesting one ….

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  2. Locomente says:

    Thats really good to know…
    Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Melody says:

    Goodmorning

    It comes around regularly in the news… species discovered / extinct (presumed) and then proved otherwise….

    Have a nice day!
    ♫ Mel☺dy ♫ (abc-w-team)

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  4. Interesting indeed, Bikram! I wonder how many species of animals/fish have been declared extinct just because humans don’t know where they can be found……

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  5. Rajesh says:

    That is really interesting.

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  6. sm says:

    interesting and informative one

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  7. Many are there! Happy to know about them, thank you, Bikram!

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  8. Wonder why it’s known as butterfly? Also, how can they declare something as extinct when no one can go across the length and breadth of the world to verify??

    Destination Infinity

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  9. I heard today that Cambodian ocean floors have found relics of ancient tortoise. I wonder how many other ‘extinct’ species are flourishing in some secret place …I sure hope so!

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  10. SG says:

    Thanks for the info.

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  11. Roger Green says:

    That’s an encouraging fact!
    ROG, ABCW

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  12. gravadee says:

    An interesting fact I say

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  13. Still its believed that hundreds or thousands of species are either undiscovered or are called extinct because due to human intervention they have changed their habitat and we have no idea where they are now 🙂

    PS: hmmmfff…its been a long time that I’ve been away from blogger’s world…hope this time I’ll be regular…How are you Sir?

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  14. gc1963 says:

    Nice pic and information. Thanks for sharing

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  15. Alok Singhal says:

    I am happy to read this…it is very important to preserve these and other species on the verge of extinction!

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  16. It’s very interesting story and thanks for sharing. WoW!

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  17. Shilpa Garg says:

    Interesting, Indeed 🙂

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  18. Balram says:

    Deep thought bhaji !!

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  19. renu says:

    Thanks for the info!

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  20. ruchira says:

    aha! quite interesting information, B

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  21. dNambiar says:

    That IS interesting.
    ’tis always nice to hear that something pronounced extinct is still around. (Although I’m not sure I’d like to live where the dinosaurs do. :D)

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  22. Archie says:

    that is wonderful… I wonder if we can discover dinos also this way once again 😉
    thanks for sharing buddy 🙂

    Cheers, Archana – http://www.travelwitharchie.com

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    • Bikramjit says:

      You never know .. there are stil la lot of nature’s secrets that we are to discover Thank you so much for visiting .. please do keep visiting and I will surly come for a visit 🙂

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  23. What a amazing pictures and information. Thanks for sharing

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