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"Fish" Deck of Cards - Crazy Fish Theme - Crazy Fish
"Fish" Deck of Cards - Crazy Fish Theme - Crazy Fish
"Fish" Deck of Cards - Crazy Fish Theme - Crazy Fish
"Fish" Deck of Cards - Crazy Fish Theme - Crazy Fish
"Fish" Deck of Cards - Crazy Fish Theme - Crazy Fish
"Happy Fish" Deck of Cards - Crazy Fish Theme - Crazy Fish

"Happy Fish" Deck of Cards - Crazy Fish Theme

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"Happy Fish" Deck of Cards - Crazy Fish Theme

Do you like fish? On the front of each of these cards is one of the "Crazy Fish" characters we use throughout our store, and on the back of each card is a unique picture of a woman swimming above a school of happy fish. Get this one-of-a-kind deck of playing cards here and only here. 

These are "poker" cards and poker cards are one of two de facto international standard sizes, the other being bridge cards. Additionally, the "box" we offer is the same size and is ideal for use with these cards.

Decks of cards are a necessary component of the majority of modern games, and they can be used countless ways by themselves. 

Each card is printed on the same material that is used in popular trading card games like Magic: The Gathering. which is a 12pt 320gsm matte black-core cardboard.

They are double-sided and have rounded corners.

Cards are not pre-sorted; they arrive in an unsorted state.

How many different kinds of fish are there?
20,000 is the most often stated figure for the number of fish species. There might be up to 20,000 more.

Which fish is the world's largest?
Diver approaching the tail of a large spotted whale shark.
The biggest fish is the whale shark.
The world's biggest fish... is really a shark. The whale shark, in particular, may grow to be more than 50 feet long and weigh several tons. The basking shark, which may grow to be 35 to 40 feet long, is the second biggest.

What's the tiniest fish on the planet?
The little goby, which lives in the Philippines, is the tiniest fish. Even though it barely grows larger than half an inch as an adult, it is numerous enough to sustain a fishery.

What is the most common ocean fish?
Any of the deepwater fish species known as "bristle mouths" is the most frequent fish. The fish is smaller than a little minnow. It is caught all over the globe at depths of 500 meters or more.

What are the world's oldest fish?
Lampreys and hagfish, which have sucking mouths, are the earliest fish-like creatures. They ceased to evolve before developing biting jaws.

These bottom-dwelling fish are studied by zoologists because specific features of their anatomy may assist explain evolution from primitive to sophisticated living forms.

On the ruler are two otoliths.

Otoliths of bluefish

How can you tell how old a fish is?
Scientists can determine a fish's age by measuring the growth rings on its scales or ear bones (called "otoliths"). The rings, like the yearly rings in tree trunks, indicate seasonal variations in fish development.

Otoliths develop in the same way as pearls do, except the extra material changes color with the seasons. Summer rings are whiter, whereas winter rings are thinner and transparent.

As a scale expands, it develops a succession of fine rings. The rings are wider apart in the summer. Because the fish develop more slowly in the winter, the rings are closer together. Each set of rings represents a year.

What is the average lifespan of fish?
The orange roughy may survive for over a century. The Acadian redfish, which may live up to 40 years, is the longest-living fish in the Northwest Atlantic. The lifespan of a fish is determined by its species.

Do fish take in air?
Fish do not breathe air, but oxygen. A network of fine blood veins in their gills distribute oxygen throughout the fish's membranes.

Do fish take naps?
Sleep is defined by the dictionary as a recurring time of rest during which the nervous system is dormant and the eyes are closed. The majority of fish lack eyelids (except for sharks). Furthermore, many fish have almost immobile lifetimes. However, most fish take a break. Some float, some squeeze themselves into a crevice in the mud or coral, while yet others create a nest. They're still on the lookout for danger, but they're also "dozing."

What makes fish swim?
On a blue backdrop, a green sea horse.
Seahorse with lines swimming vertically
Fish swim by contracting bands of muscles on opposite sides of the body in a sequence. This sculling action whips the tail from side to side quite quickly. Vertical fins are mostly utilized for stability. When a fish hovers, its paired pectoral and pelvic fins provide support. They're sometimes used by fish to help them move faster.

The speed champions include tunas and tuna-like fish, billfish, and some sharks. In brief spurts, they can achieve speeds of 50 miles per hour. Strong swimmers' sustained swimming speeds typically vary from 5 to 10 miles per hour.

A few fish species can swim backwards, although they seldom do. Those who can usually belong to one of the eel families.

The majority of fish swim horizontally. Among the exceptions is the marine horse. The Indian Ocean shrimp fish, for example, congregates in schools of several individuals. It swims vertically, with its long tube-like nose facing up. In the Nile and other African rivers, a catfish swims in a vertical position as well. Many types of deep-sea fish swim or rest vertically in midwater.

Are fish able to chew their food?
If fish attempted to chew their food, they would die. Chewing would obstruct the flow of water over the gills, which is required to get oxygen.

Sharks and other carnivorous fish utilize their keen teeth to grab and hold food before devouring it whole or in huge chunks.
Rays and other bottom dwellers have huge flat teeth that smash the shellfish they eat.
Herbivorous fish (grazers) have tooth-like grinding mills in their throats called pharyngeal teeth, which are tooth-like grinding mills.
Is every fish edible?
Anglers encounter a wide variety of tasty fish. Some animals' organs are always toxic to humans. Because of the components in their food, fish may become poisonous.

Is the salt content in fish high?
Doctors advocate more than 240 species on salt-free diets since they contain so little salt. Shark flesh is as salty as the water in which it dwells.

Why do fish have a strong odor at times?
True fresh fish is practically odorless in most species. When fish begins to decay, generally due to improper storage or preservation, it emits a "fishy" odor.

Will the fish that I capture and release perish?
The mouth of the cod is open.

Looking through an Atlantic cod's mouth

The majority of fish captured with artificial lures will live if handled gently. Many variables impact post-release survival:

Because of spawning or high water temperatures, the fish was already agitated when it was captured.

Before being released, the fish has been "played" for a long time and is fatigued.

A sensitive location, such as the gills or the eye, or deep in the throat, is used to hook the fish (which is more likely when using bait).

The fish is treated harshly, such as being squeezed hard or being held out of the water for an extended period of time.

In deeper water, the fish is captured.

If a fish seems to be struggling after being unhooked, gently cradle it in the water until it regains its balance and swims away on its own.

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"Happy Fish" Deck of Cards - Crazy Fish Theme