Trained goldfishes

Goldfishes obeying the commands of a creepy Japanese guy.

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+11 1. flatron85 commented 17 years ago

the Japanese!? those sandle wearing goldfish tenders!
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+13 2. patlecat commented 17 years ago

Can they also jump into the pan? 8-)
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+5 3. eric13cute commented 17 years ago

what a clever fish?!! cool!
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-6 4. wolf commented 17 years ago

if you can train a goldfish with only three seconds of memory.....what can't you train?
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+8 5. RustyBlade commented 17 years ago

"if you can train a goldfish with only three seconds of memory"
That's actually been proven to be incorrect.
It's us humans that need the training :)
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+9 6. Gnubrew commented 17 years ago

if you have got some iron in the stomach and 4 magnets under the table,.. the training dosn't take too much time. ;)
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+8 7. Feng commented 17 years ago

wow, impressive =O
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+8 8. Scene_It commented 16 years ago

Magnets? how? they would all be pulled into one heap no? All attracted to the same magnet? If it were one fish I could she that, but four in formation and then two into two?
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+8 9. Scene_It commented 16 years ago

OK, I just watched again, this time more closely. At times these fish are 'swimming' without moving their fins or tails.... I concede... I think you are right Gnubrew!
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+7 10. seifer666 commented 15 years ago just gotta hand it to these Japs... :D
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+8 11. TechnoKING commented 15 years ago

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+5 12. Usdevildoggmc commented 14 years ago

I meant contrary.....not due :P
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+9 13. svabo666 commented 14 years ago

magnet trick xD
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+6 14. Tidus777 commented 14 years ago

only in Japan :O
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+4 15. SmexMan commented 14 years ago

I was so excited at first, but then noticed it's probably the magnets doing the "swimming" for the fish :'(
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+3 16. Trooper commented 14 years ago

always wondered if people who train animals have a need to dominate something or someone... I, for myself, would rather see animals outside, free to live their lives without human interference...
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+1 17. sux2bu commented 13 years ago

This looks to be fake.Goldfish can't be trained to do anything.