Wednesday, September 5, 2007


This is a comical little fish. A Red Spotted Blenny.
There are images of another species of Blenny behind this one called a Lawnmower Blenny. The images should give Ms & Mr. NDD a chuckle.
It was born that way. It`s not right to laugh.
Please have a great day, Blenny is.


AndiF said...

It's your very own cute overload.

If he could speak, I just know he'd sound just like Mortimer Snerd.

Family Man said...

Morning Head.

I can see little bit of Homer Simpson with those big eyes.

Knucklehead said...

Good day Andif,
These guys just look like little goof-offs.

Knucklehead said...

With me, it`s the big mouth, that reminds me of Homer.
Hope you`re doing good.

olivia said...

Hello Blenny, and good morning Head, Andi, FM, and ND and Ms ND.

I love those little bits (heh-of course) on the top of Blenny's head. What are they?

Knucklehead said...

Those are for love.
Radar love.
Seriously, I`ll research that. I`ve wondered myself what function they serve, or did, in the evolutionary past.

NDD said...

Great show KH!

And since I'm "left" instead of "right" I'm still laughing at the the Blenny Bruces. (BTW, where's Jack Blenny?)

It's amazing how camo-ed some of them are in those shots.

I was going to ask if when they align those antennas, and they "tune in", whether they prefer rock or classical, maybe reggae?

Knucklehead said...

Go to the link for a bunch of Hippy Blennies living in a commune. There`s Jack Blenny, Blenny Hill, Blen & Jerry, Blenny Penny & Blenny & the Jets.

NDD said...

ha ha, good one!

At the link it seems all those "dirty old hippies" are both soaked-to-the-gills and comin'out of their shells. They must be on sumptin'...

Those blennies remind me of prairie dogs colonies.

Knucklehead said...

At feeding time, they all rush out to grab some food as fast as possible, before diving back into the protective barnacle shells they call home.
The problem is they haven`t identified their respective homes in any way. When they rush back, they invariably get confused & enter the wrong shell. So you end up with two in one shell, alot of jumping into the next wrong one, till they are all settled . It`s like a chinese fire drill, & hilarious to see. If you look closely in one of the images, there`s also a red crab in one of the shells that hates the commotion.