Are your fish right-handed or left-handed?


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It might be quite interesting, if it suggest fish often prefer to circle in particular way(clock wise or anti clock wise)
 

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It might be quite interesting, if it suggest fish often prefer to circle in particular way(clock wise or anti clock wise)

I would think that this would be determined by the direction of any water current. Fish, by nature, swim against a current/.
 

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I am right and left handed and no one cares so why would I care what my fish are
 
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My fish write with their right fins but catch with their left.
Mine catch with their left and write with their other left...


...actually, my current goes left to right when I'm sitting watching them. But when I go outside my pondhouse, around the backside, and view them that way, they seem to switch and then they're swimming right to left! Most curious! As if they know I'm seeing them from a different direction now...
 

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All my fish care about is food ,so as long as they have a mouth they are happy
 
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mine swim anywhere in any direction at any time.
 

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