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Pictures Ben Cantrell Cichla monoculus (Tucanare peacock bass)

picture properties:
year taken :2016
country :Peru
notes :
Cichla monoculus(fb)
© Ben Cantrell
06-09-2016 03:16:48
4 person(s) like(s) this picture.
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06-09-2016 11:35:07
Pascal Pépé Sjamajee Rommelaere says : So manny beautiful species in just one trip. Well done Ben. You passed me in the live list so now i have to work harder to keep up with you.😂😂😂😂😉
06-09-2016 17:46:08
Ben Cantrell says : My goal is to motivate you to fish more, so I guess my trip was a success!
06-09-2016 18:27:57
Pascal Pépé Sjamajee Rommelaere says : Bwaaaahaaaaahhhaaa i just translated your text to my wife, and she said that a divorce is on the way 😄😄😄😄😄
02-09-2017 06:48:33
Michael Lee Berg says : Hahahaha, yes it is hard for us married guy to keep up with Ben, So I hope he finds the right girl soon, or realizes he already has, marries her and lives happily ever after. So we will have a chance to catch up.



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