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Different kind of Olympics, from Liverpool museums

You be the judge for the Fish Olympics click on an event (camouflage, strength, eating, and speed) then click on one of the four fish photos to read information about each one. Choose the fish you think is the winner,
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You be the judge for the Fish Olympics: click on an event (camouflage, strength, eating, and speed) then click on one of the four fish photos to read information about each one. Choose the fish you think is the winner, then find out who won the gold! Click on "Skip the games," for interesting information about fish, lists of books, magazines, clubs, and sites.

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