Here's why we all should aspire to be someone's pet fish.
What's better than having a pet that's super chill? Fish don't ask for much. They are simple creatures.
“People want to rear them from small to cultivate a certain kind of relationship,” he says, noting the fish can live many decades — no one really knows how long, though they often die prematurely as pets.
Taking care of a dolphin is not something the public will ever deal with because dolphins, and all other marine mammals, are protected by endangered species legislation. Learn more about dolphins with tips from the manager of a fish pet store in this free video on animal care.
Expert: Hunter Leber Bio: Hunter Leber is the saltwater livestock manager at the Austin Aqua-Dome in Austin, Texas. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
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Cats, dogs and possibly rabbits – these are the three animals that cross most of our minds when we think ‘pets’. However, there’s a dark horse which has swiftly crept into third place – it’s the fish.Admittedly, they’re never going to be appealing for the doting cat or dog owner – the person that will always keep cats or dogs for as long as they live. Fish perhaps serve the modern-day person much better though, as we’ll now mull over ten reasons why they have emerged as one of the most popular pets in the country.That’s right, statistically speaking fish are the third most popular pet right now. The fact that just 3% more pet owners have a cat speaks volumes about just how popular fish have become, but when you delve into the animal further it starts to become clear as to why they are so appealing.Ais redeemable only at your for specific items to support your classroom pet. Teachers must select from one of the following pets: Bearded Dragon, Hamster, Gerbil, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Leopard Gecko or Fish.A is redeemable only at your for specific items to support your classroom pet. Teachers must select from one of the following pets: Guinea Pig, Hamster, Leopard Gecko, Bearded Dragon, Hermit Crab, Glofish or Tropical Fish. A is redeemable only at your local Pet Supermarket store for specific items to support your classroom pet. Teachers must select from one of the following pets: Fish, Hamster, Guinea Pig, or Rabbit. Find your local PetSupermarket here: .