Croaking catfish

Acanthodoras spinosissimus is a species of catfish of the family Doradidae.

The Croaking catfish lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

creatures the f#%k you gecko and a croaking catfish that walked on land. The gecko got its name because all night long it made a sound that sounded like it was saying f*%k you. More

it is an african nocturnal croaking catfish that has a curious habit of wedging itself into bits of wood. It is when the lights go out that this predator starts to show off. More

Common names

Bagre hueso in Spanish (español)
Chokolade-tornmalle in Danish (dansk)
Chokolademalle in Danish (dansk)
Croaking catfish in English
Kiru-kiru in Other
Knurrender Dornwels in German (Deutsch)
Macusi in Other
Sierra espinosa in Spanish (español)
Spiny catfish in English
Suklaaokamonni in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Talende malle in Danish (dansk)
talking catfish in English
多刺棘鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
多刺棘鲶 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Siluriformes
Family : Doradidae
Genus : Acanthodoras
Species : Acanthodoras spinosissimus
Authority : Eigenmann & Eigenmann,1888