A Conversation for Pymatuning Reservoir, Pennsylvania, USA

A517367 - Pymatuning Reservoir, Pennsylvania, USA

Post 1

Jimi X

http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/A517367

An odd and kind of gross tale of a place in Pennsylvania where ducks walk on the backs of fish. I visited this place most recently during my college years and it was still a car accident - you don't want to look, but you can't turn away. smiley - winkeye

Cheers! smiley - stout

- Jimi X


A517367 - Pymatuning Reservoir, Pennsylvania, USA

Post 2

Jamie of the Portacabin

He he! I like it! smiley - biggrin

One question - if the fish are crammed together in such huge numbers, how do they manage to swim off again? Do alot of them die in the crush? smiley - erm


A517367 - Pymatuning Reservoir, Pennsylvania, USA

Post 3

Jimi X

Nope. They only swarm like that when someone throws bread into the water. Otherwise, they behave just like 'normal' fish.


smiley - fish


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