Tattoo Fish

Tattoo Fish

Fish Tattoos The fish is one of the most abundant types of marine species there is. It’s estimated there are at least 33,100 types of species in the ocean today. These are colorful creatures that come in a variety of sizes and types. It is common for the heart of a fish to have four different parts. A fish tattoo is symbolic of water and goddess. People who select this type of tattoo are frequently lovers of the water, and this tattoo can be a symbol of freedom, as well. Regardless of the reason for choosing this type of tattoo design, you are sure to have a beautiful one that is full of color. 1,413 Tattoo(s) Page 1 of 48 (1413 total)12345678910NextLast
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Tattoo Fish

i think that is plain mean to do to a fish. fish are natural, living creatures too. what if you were the fish, and you were suddenly surrounded by people doing a tattoo on it. you would terrified and it could cause, i think, shock to the fish and if a fish gets too shocked, it could kill it. what if you didn’t have a choice to get a tattoo? and you had to get it anyway. that is animal cruelty. well, not animal cruelty, fish cruelty. i think it is mean. would you want it if you were the fish and the fish was you. think. comment# 65 – alyssa · medford usa · Jul 22, 2009 @ 4:48pm
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Tattoo Fish

The fish is one of the most abundant types of marine species there is. It’s estimated there are at least 33,100 types of species in the ocean today. These are colorful creatures that come in a variety of sizes and types. It is common for the heart of a fish to have four different parts. A fish tattoo is symbolic of water and goddess. People who select this type of tattoo are frequently lovers of the water, and this tattoo can be a symbol of freedom, as well. Regardless of the reason for choosing this type of tattoo design, you are sure to have a beautiful one that is full of color.
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Tattoo Fish

I think it is pure wring. Maybe it isnt so bad for us, but fish get stressed out too easily to have such a thing done to them. You can see in the second picture of the pokadot mollie, that she isnt very healthy( hmmmm, i wonder why). Also, i know someone who knows a fish tattooist and you he said that they take them out of water, put them in a damp towel, and they tattoo them. Rhody from Alabama, if you sell fish you must know that they have a protective slime coating, which is there immune system. Taking that away makes them more susceptible to diseases. I doubt too many humans would be want a tattoo if it took away your immune system. Plus, it is detrimental to your other fish, if your tatoo’s fish is sick, it can spread to other fish in the tank. If you honestly care about them, then you would understand that it is a completely wrong practice. Ohhh, this is coming from a 14 yr old. comment# 19 – Kribensis12 · USA · Aug 31, 2007 @ 9:40pm
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Tattoo Fish

Alright so i am a marine Bio student and actually to all fo you out there this process whould not stress the fish out any more then transporting them from singapore or england or africa or anywhere that you whoudl ship a tropical fish from. as for the tattoo, the scales dont have nerve endings, with the exception of the lateral line which only feels electric impulses. the laser would then color the scale more then likly not the skin, its the same as if you tried to burn your finger nail. it wouldn’t hurt unless you left it on long enough to boil you finger. that being said the tattoed fish is a fish that has a short life span any way and was raised in a lab tank. there not caught they are breed and there are thousands of them, get over your selfs please it’s not in humane and never will be. in the aquaculture world there is a saying “you have to kill thousands to before your doing it right” meaning that thousands of the raised fish will die no matter what. and before you say “well then stop farming fish” think of this. if we took all the fish form the ocean how many do you think would be left? comment# 78 – Scottish hound · mystic, CT · Mar 30, 2010 @ 2:18pm
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Tattoo Fish

Us as humans agree to get tattooed. I don’t have much against that. But the fish don’t ask for a tattoo, they are given whether they like it or not. I have goldfish that are currently 3 years old. Fish that are a week old are not adults, my goldfish grew about 2 inches in the time frame that I have them. For those who say that fish cannot feel pain, scientists have proven that fish have highly developed nervous systems. The part of our body that lets us feel temperature, texture, and pain. You may think fish are not intelligent, but I have a BABY Amazon pufferfish that I have trained to follow a red stick and in turn the stick leads him to his food. It took me a week to train him. I eat sea food but it’s wild caught and not kept in a laser tube and shipped on I don’t know what to here while it is forced to stay alive in horrible conditions. I agree with neo from comment #40 who said “Who are we to play God,” Human are 1 species but we have destroyed steller’s sea cow, dodo bird, yangtze river dolphin, great auk, bushwren, caribbean monk seal, laughing owl, rocky mountain locust, barbary lion, carolina parakeet, and many more. There are lists of all of the extinct species on the internet. So please, think, all creatures strive for the same goal, breed, keep your species off the list, and evolve to survive. Even the weakest of creatures have minds of their own. And the fish are too weak to fight the humans. Comment #128 is right. I am only 10. comment# 129 – Anonymous · Corona · May 27, 2016 @ 12:22pm
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Tattoo Fish

i sell this kind of fish. great seller, it does not hurt the fish, if you go fishing with a hook that might just hurt. you put them in a tank, next thing you pepole are going to say is get rid of the fish tanks wake up this is not the 60 pepole, you wear designer jeans, why not fish, i’ll keep selling them as long as i can get them. great seller to kids and adults. cruel is neutering your dogs, spaying your cats. I raise mice to feed snakes that must be cruel too, but thay have to eat to, birds wear rings on ther legs, dogs&cats have a tatoo, so you dont lose them so tatooing a fish, come on think of it the next time you eat a fleafish from a fast food store. get a life pepole. and enjoy what you got fish with a tatoo is pretty. should be one in every fish tank. comment# 15 – rac2001 · algonac, michigan · Jun 17, 2007 @ 6:51pm
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Tattoo Fish

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I just bought one of these “tattoo’ed fish” and I think they are so cool and intriguing to look at. I bought them for just 5.99 at a normal pet store. When they were called ‘tattoo molly’ I had no idea they were actually tattoo’ed, until I read this. I bought one with orange and blue polka dots (go gators!) and one with purple and blue stripes on both sides. I think they are pretty amazing! comment# 67 – Sierra · Lakeland, Florda · Jul 27, 2009 @ 12:38pm
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This is a horrific practice and although I sometimes hear that “its done with a laser and doesn’t hurt them” that is hardly ever how it is actually done. The equipment would be incredibly expensive and would take considerable expertize. Instead fishes are stunned with either a current or a slap and are either injected with dye – or scales are removed or abraised and then the fish is dipped progressively in differnet dyes. The fish stores are simply told that they are done in this high tech manner to pacify potential complaints. In truth the countries that actually do this and export the fishes namely singapore, thailand and others use cheap labor and almost torturous methods to color the fish. Regardless on how it is done, it makes the fish more likely to catch disease due to missing or damaged scales and coatings or can damage the lateral lines of the fish making them disorientated throughout their lives. Please do not buy these fish!! – If you have already, please discourage others from doing so! comment# 48 – James · Orlando · Nov 24, 2008 @ 12:27pm

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