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GIF: “Sneaky Seal”

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I have a “The Best” list called The Best Video Clips Of Sneaky Critters that includes great clips to show to English Language Learners and then have them describe what they see. I also use them in my IB Theory of Knowledge class in a discussion about if animals have ethics. Here’s a new addition:


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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. Little known fact! The sneaky seal GIF and video makes me said because the fish they are holding is Mahi Mahi and when I worked as a fish farmer I farmed Mahi Mahi for about 5 years. My job was to keep the fish healthy so I don’t like seeing dead fish.

    These are both male Mahi Mahi. Mahi Mahi is an example of a fish that the male and female looks different. The males have a big blunt shaped head while the female is rounded. The green color indicates stress i.e. someone killed them. In the water they are normally blue unless stressed or mating.

    Random comment brought to you by former fish farmer / scientist of the day :)

    Sue

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