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Will bleach hurt fish?

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Bleach kills algae, bacteria and other things you don't want in your pond. However, it could also kill the fish, turtles and plants living there. Putting bleach in outdoor ponds also presents the risk that neighborhood cats or wildlife will drink from the pond and get sick.

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    Mantis shrimp are only about four inches long but pound for pound are one of the strongest animals in the world. They use clubs that are more like elbows than fists to punch their prey -- with the force of a bullet shot from a 22 caliber gun.

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    For Indians, the cheapest fish would be Tilapia. This fish besides being tasty, is available almost all over India, both in Inland and Maritime states. There are several other smaller marine fishes, and even Minnows which are eaten.

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  • How do you eat Trader Joe's smoked ahi tuna?

    Directions:

    1. Cut ahi tuna into bite sized cubes.
    2. Mix together sriracha, mayonnaise, soy sauce and sesame oil.
    3. Add tuna to sauce mixture and toss to coat.
    4. Place rice in bowl and top with spicy tuna.
    5. Add toppings to taste. Enjoy!
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