Re: NANFA-- Fish Folklore

Christopher Scharpf (
Tue, 06 Nov 2001 22:19:06 -0400

Don't know if this qualifies as folklore, but it makes me chuckle...

The cold waters of Canada harbor the fur-bearing trout, or furfish. It
evolved its thick coat of white fur to protect it from the extreme coldness
of the waters. They are sold only to gullible travelers from below the

The three-eyed haddock of the Maritimes is a distant relative.

Chris Scharpf

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