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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Facebook Friend a Forgotten Fish

Posted By on Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 11:30 AM

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Facebook and Twitter can be so boring sometimes. It seems at times that the services exist for people to post pictures of their cats (no one cares) and bombard you with invites to horrible events (no one is coming). Which is why, in our opinion, you are better off following a blood-sucking fish. And depending on the quality of your friends -- it might not even be that big of a change.

@LunatheLamprey was started by the Fish and Wildlife Service in order to raise awareness about the steadily declining numbers of the Lamprey population. The West Coast fish live in rivers before migrating out to sea, but large numbers of their population die because of dams (damn you!).

This is, you know, interesting and all, and definitely worth learning about ... but honestly, we decided to become Facebook friends with Luna because if a fight breaks out it's always good to have backup that looks like this:

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Matt Saincome is SF Weekly's former music editor.


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