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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CORALFISH12G
14.1% of coralfish12g's followers are female and 85.9% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 7.50%. The average number of likes per post is 6167 and the average number of comments is 63.
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AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF CORALFISH12G
- Fitness & Yoga 48.72 %
- Travel & Tourism 45.53 %
- Beauty & Fashion 44.05 %
- Sports 41.18 %
- Entertainment 40.63 %
- Music 39.96 %
- Art & Design 36.01 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 33.92 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 33.92 %
- Technology & Science 33.17 %
- Tobacco & Smoking 32.86 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 32.86 %
When you start seeing corals you've kept your whole life in the ocean, in their natural habitat, It's SO weird. It's like you're meeting the grandparents of someone,.. or something you've known a long time... Everytime I come up from a dive I feel so happy 😊🤙Thankful for life and blown away by what's down there.. 📽 Full video on my channel. 📍Koh Tao, Thailand. Here you can eat, sleep and dive for a total of only 50 dollars a day. 🤩 It takes 6-8 hours to get here by ferry, but after that, it's absolute paradise. Lots of backpackers will end up staying for months. Some never leave! Like Henry our Danish dive instructor. One of the happiest people I've ever met 💛🤿 swipe right to see for yourself ➡️
Have you ever met someone who is TOO nice? Someone sooo nice that sometimes they get taken advantage of?... this seems to be the unfortunate story of elephants. 🐘😨 These massive creatures will warmly greet you like a dog. So gentle, peaceful, and powerful, which humans since the beginning of time have used for our own benefit. Elephants have been used to carry loads for construction, entertain us in circuses, and even been ridden into war 💥 Before arriving in Thailand I was unaware that many elephants here are still mistreated and abused for tourism. We made sure to research a sanctuary that properly cared for the animals. I feel lucky this animal treated me with kindness and love regardless of what humans have done to his species. Just because you can get revenge and squish something doesn't mean you should. Only love from these massive puppies 🤍 📸 photos by @asher___edwards
Koi fish paradise!! 🐡😇 📍Tirta Gangga - is a sacred water temple in East Bali, Indonesia 🇮🇩 ~ Built in 1948, it has become the most famous water palace of its kind. I HAD to check it out!!! We drove 3 hours to get there (sorta scary) cuz it's right next to a volcano 🌋 whose burning ashes have caused destruction to the temple in the past. We arrived and saw that locals were selling fish food outside the palace gate. We bought from a cute old lady 👵🎏 and boom we were in! The fish were GINORMOUS ☺ With plenty of space and food coming from daily tourists, these fishies are living in paradise 🏖.... at least until the volcano exlodes 😳
This shop in Bangkok Thailand was entirely dedicated to one type of fish... Discus!! I love these fish because they look like big floppy pancakes 🥞 Besides their unique body shape, they come in SO MANY different colors and patterns. It makes me want to collect them all!! Be sure to check out the full video tour of this place on my channel. and let me know if you have any questions down below 👇 *update* I have been told that this shop is no longer there. Covid has had a big effect on tourism in that market and many shops have closed. Not sure if it's permanent but apparently there's nothing in that space anymore. I guess this was the last footage ever taken. 😕 📸 photos by: asher__edwards
Part 2! - The Chatuchak Fish Market is a part of a larger weekend market that spans over 27 acres!! The fish section is about an acre in itself full of zoned stalls and shops. We spent 2 full days running around getting footage for my videos. 🥵 and I'm sure we STILL missed stuff 🙃 There was a special shop for just about every category of the aquarium hobby that exists. These stalls are open everyday where as the wholesale market with pre-bagged fish is only on Wednesdays. Even though the tanks were all extremely overstocked (at least by my standards) to my surprise we didn't see one dead fish the entire time we were there!! I took this as a sign that these shopowners had probably been successfully doing it this way for many years with low mortality rates. (I mean no shop owner would keep doing it this way if it was consistently killing their inventory). Also many of these fish come from breeding farms where they spend their early lives in massive ponds next to millions of other fish. So my theory is they are probably used to being together like this. 🤔 Exploring this market was overwhelming to say the least. Anybody would enjoy walking through here, tho only a true hobbyist would understand the value and fortune that's swimming right in front of them 💎 📸 Photos by: @asher__edwards
Some photos from our trip to the Chatuchak Fish Market in Bangkok, Thailand 🇹🇭 As you can see they have a very different way of buying and selling fish here. On Wednesdays all the breeders and farmers from the outskirts of the city bring millions of fish to be sold at wholesale pricing. This is why there are so many fish in each bag as vendors are buying in bulk. The fish will only stay in these bags for at most several hours before being sold or taken back home. Still, this way of transporting/selling the fish is obviously controversial. It's not something many western hobbyists are used to seeing. What do YOU think? I will reply with my thoughts in the comments 👇
Mr. Steal Your Coral 🥢 📸 shot by: @asher__edwards
New video 😐 ur gonna wanna see this... link in bio
I'm bored 😐 Thinking about setting up a large reef tank at home... Always wanted to... just a little worried I travel too much, or that I'll move. I'm also like one tank away from being kicked out 😅 so dunno if I should use my last strike yet?! 📍Massive thank you to Ken at the S.E.A Aquarium in Singapore @rwsentosa This tank was seriously one of a kind 💙
NEW MERCH! Finally after a ridiculous amount of requests I just released my 500K subscriber T-Shirt!!! 🧡🐠 This is gonna be an exclusive piece of merch, ONLY 500 are being made! 1 time run! 😮 If you've been a longtime viewer you know I rarely release new designs so if you want one PLZ plz plz go get it right away!!! Gonna sell out in a couple days and I don't want anyone who really wanted one to miss out 😥 The link will be live for 1 week if they last that long. THANK U for all the support, can't wait to see ppl rocking this shirt :) LINK IN BIO. or coralfish12g.com
We had so much fun touring Nippon Fish Farm. The owner, Mr. Pay was so enthusiastic! The most wholesome guy ever :) He spent hours showing us around. Swipe right 👉 to see a preview and his massive trophy collection! 🐐🏆 I was most impressed though by his ability as an entrepreneur to adapt and persevere through challenges like land resettlement. Having to pick up and move your farm 6 times is no joke. He also learned how to introduce prawn, perch and aquaponics into his business model when koi farming slowed down. Despite these set backs he became very successful and remains so so happy! His positive energy is infectious! Such an important reminder that material objects like trophies or money will not define your success. Mr. Pay is a clear example that you are truly a winner when you love what you do ❣ #goodtalk P.S. I realllly loved that "tancho" koi. Can someone plz find me one just like it?! I'm ready to buy 😁 📸 photos by @asher__edwards
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