It’s a sentiment shared by fisher Jordan Fisher, who says he has no fish but has a special love for his “Betta fish” as he calls them.
In his new book, Jordan writes that the fish he calls his “betta” are “the only fish we know that are actually fish.”
The book’s title is a reference to the fish that are also known as betta, and the fish itself is called a “bette.”
The title of Fisher’s book is a nod to his own fascination with the betta.
In an interview with The Guardian, Fisher said he had a “special affinity” for the fish and that he was obsessed with the concept of the batta fish.
“I’m a big fan of the fish, I love the battas,” Fisher said.
The cod is my favorite fish and I have a love for the cod. “
When I found out I had these amazing battles with the cod I was so happy.
The cod is my favorite fish and I have a love for the cod.
I’ve been looking at them for years, I’ve just never seen one before.”
The fish are a staple of the fishers life, which has led to a large and varied collection of them, from the largest known specimens being up to 500 pounds (220 kilograms) and the largest still around, measuring up to 4 feet (1.6 meters) long and weighing up to 3,000 pounds (1,100 kilograms).
The betta are often referred to as “fish of the sea” because of their ability to swim across open water.
Fisher has documented his journeys from his island of Guam to the Caribbean, and said he spends about two to three months a year with his betta on the boat.
“My batta are like my best friends,” Fisher told The Guardian.
“They’re very close to me, they’ve been here for so long.
They know everything about me and I’m really excited to see them again.”
Fisher is one of the world’s leading experts on the bettas, and has written books about the species, most recently the latest edition of The Betta Fish Book.
In addition to collecting the bittas, Fisher has become a conservationist in his work, helping to create a betta habitat on the islands of Guam, the Philippines, and Hawaii, and working with marine mammals to protect them.
Fisher’s work has also inspired a series of short films, which were recently shown in New Zealand and Australia.
In an interview on the “Fresh Off the Boat” podcast, Fisher also spoke about his love of the Betta fish.
He said that he and his wife were initially worried that he wouldn’t be able to handle their love of them.
“They were a bit shocked, but they’re like, ‘No, you can’t keep it in your life,'” Fisher said of the new book.
“It’s really cool to see people be so passionate about this animal, which is what I am.”
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