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I Spotted A Big Catfish, Broken Tree. It Was Watching Her Eggs

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I spotted a big catfish near an old, broken tree. It seemed stuck because there was no water around

But when I looked carefully, I saw it was watching over a bunch of eggs by its tail. The eggs were pink and easy to see if you looked closely. I learned that after female catfish lay eggs, the daddy catfish keeps them safe. He even protects them from their mommy. This brave daddy fish stayed with his babies. He moved his tail to keep dirt from burying them, even though he could be seen by animals that might hurt him since there was no water to hide in.