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> Meet Larry Johnson

Larry Johnson is perhaps best known for his frequent dives at Lake Malawi along with Ad Konings, Pam Chin, and others. One of the founding members of the Canadian Rift Lake Cichlid Association (CRLCA), Larry is a fishroom manager for Big Al's Aquarium Services in Hamilton, Ontario Canada and has been keeping cichlids since 1975. In his spare time Larry can be found at local fish club meetings such as Hamilton & District Aquarium Society, CRLCA, and others across North America....either speaking or attending. A published author of informative articles and intriguing photographs of Malawian cichlids in the wild, we are truly honored and grateful for Larry's contributions to AfricanCichlidForum.com.

 
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> yellow lab study of fish intelligence
post Jul 4 2014, 09:08 PM
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post Jul 9 2014, 01:38 PM
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Very interesting article.


I think that their memory is actually much longer than that. If I am away for 2 weeks or so, I believe that my fish actually remember that I am their source for food. Let someone else walk up to the tank and they will go into hiding.


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If I am away for 2 weeks or so

I think we all know this! I'm away for up to a month and when I come home they know who the food man is!
No shyness, as when other strangers visit the fishroom!

Cheers,Larry


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I don't breed my fish,I let them do all the work!


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Wouldn't be the first time a study was published that observed something we've seen in our tanks for years. icon_mrgreen.gif


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