Yellow Bullhead

It’s springtime so my friend Dale and I decided to do some fishing. I caught a Yellow Bullhead.

A member of the same family as catfish, the Yellow Bullhead has whisker-like barbels, no scales, and sharp spines that can stab unwary anglers.

True to their name, Yellow Bullheads are yellowish brown. They are voracious scavengers, typically feeding at night on a variety of plant and animal material.

It was a great day for fishing.

Oh, and just in case you’re wondering, Dale knows how to catch fish too.

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