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Lion Fish Greeting Card featuring the photograph Lion Fish 2 by TN Fairey

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Lion Fish 2 Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Beautiful photograph of this Lion fish! L/F

Magnificent work!!! F/V

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much Victoria!

Eti thank you so much for the feature in 'Underwater Life' Much appreciated!

Tessa,awesome close up of this ''monster'':) Add it to http://fineartamerica.com/groups/underwater-life.html?tab=overview :) f/v

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your kind comment and inviation to submit this to your group and v/f Eti! Much appreciated!

Congratulations, on your Feature V,F, AND Publication in -The Internet Weekly... Artist News - http://paper.li/f-1343723559# --- If you go to the paper, click SHARE, you can Tweet, Facebook, or even Email a copy to Friends, Relatives and others, so they can see the Publication in the ARTIST NEWS. Thank You for submitting it to the group....

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your v/f and Publication in -The Internet Weekly... Artist News! This is very much appreciated!

Carol thank you so much for the feature in 'Cards for all occasions - 5 per day' Much appreciated!

wonderful!

TN Fairey replied:

Thsnkd Erica!

Beautiful work, Tessa!

TN Fairey replied:

Thanks Heidi!

Superb capture and editing! Love the fade around the border! FV

TN Fairey replied:

Thanks for your comment v/f Angela! Much apprecited!

Wonderful detail,and color!!!!!!!!!!

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your comment Anand! Much appreciated

Great shot of this fish, Tessa, one of my favorites f/v!!

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your kind comment v/f Sandi! Much appreciated!

Fantastif shot!! I was just watching a special on these a while back.. I said that people have released them in to the ocean our costs and now they have really grown in numbers because they have no natural enemies so now they are a real nusance and people are encouraged to catch and eat them, being careful of the poisonious fins of course. Thay say the meat is very mild and tasty! :D

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your kind comment v/f Debbie! Much appreciated! Was not a good idea to release them into the ocean! I certainly would not like to catch one!

Wonderful image...v/f

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your comment v/f Lori! Much appreciated!

Wonderful detail to that great looking fish Tessa!~f/v

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your comment v/f Dianne! Much appreciated!

WOW fabulous capture! These are such beautiful fish! Love the colors and crisp clear capture! V/F

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your comment v/f Regina! Much appreciated!

Beautiful capture, Tessa! v/f

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Thank you so much for your comment v/f David! Much appreciated!

Great piece! V/F

TN Fairey replied:

Thanks so much for your comment f/v Annie! Much appreciated!

What an interesting creature this is! The stripes go right through his eye. Great capture! vf

TN Fairey replied:

Thanks so much for your comment f/v Mary! Much appreciated!

Awesome capture, Tessa! v/f

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your comment v/f Teresa! Much appreciated!

A terrific lion fish image, Tessa~~very beautiful..!!! F&V!

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your comment v/f Will! Much appreciated!

Wow! great capture! f/v

TN Fairey replied:

Thank you so much for your comment v/f Brenda! Much appreciated!

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Pterois, commonly known as lionfish, is genus of venomous marine fish found mostly in the Indo-Pacific. Pterois is characterized by red, white, creamy, or black bands, showy pectoral fins and venomous spiky fin rays Pterois can live from five to fifteen years and have complex courtship and mating behavior. Females release two mucus-filled egg clusters frequently, which can contain as many as fifteen thousand eggs. The lionfish is a predator native to the Indo-Pacific. It aggressively preys on small fish and invertebrates. They can be found around the seaward edge of reefs and coral, in lagoons, and on rocky surfaces to fifty meters. They show a preference for turbid inshore areas and in harbors. Lionfish have a generally hostile attitude and are territorial towards other ref fish Lionfish are known for their venomous fin rays, a feature that is uncommon among marine fish in the East Coast coral reefs. The potency of their venom makes them excellent predators and poisonous to fisher...

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