Originally posted by FabianFnasThat has nothing to do with ATY's statement regarding size.
... and they are mammals.
Originally posted by PalynkaTrue. Maybe he means "shaped like some particular (oddly-shaped) fish". For example (although not a good one), maybe by "fish-shaped" he means "eel-shaped", and then the answer is "anaconda" or something.
That has nothing to do with ATY's statement regarding size.
CL: The thing is that if sharks are excluded based on being smaller than whales, then the implication was that he considered whales to be "fish-shaped", which is a vague statement by itself...
Originally posted by AThousandYoungI guess you mean the pirarucu. However, although this is an air breather (i.e. it comes to the surface of the river and gulps air), it can also breathe water - this is true of all air breathing fish. So the bit in the riddle about "I cannot breathe water - only air" is incorrect.
I'm being too obscure I guess. It's a fish in the Amazon. Fifteen feet. No other fish in the river is bigger. I forget the name.