- Mudfish are a bottom dwelling fish found in mostly fresh water, marshes and wetlands. Smooth bodied with a largish head, these fish have an array of feeler appendages around their mouths which they use to locate prey. Their diet tends to crustaceans, and other aquatic bottom dwelling animals.
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These monstrous creatures can reach up to 4 m in length and weigh in at 300-400 kg. Found only in the larger river systems and lakes, which can accommodate their size, and appetites.
Red Tailed Mudfish
A typical species of mudfish, weighing in at about 3-4 kg, and a length of under 1 m. The tail fin of this species has a distinctive red tinge. This particular mudfish is considered lucky, and sometimes are kept in garden ponds amongst the nobility as such.
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