@Rueki they are cool…of course they (and the various other fresh water aquarium fish in the pet stores called “shark”) aren’t actually sharks… They’re more closely related to danios (zebrafish) and Rasboras than they are sharks.
Patagonian Toothfish. Some very clever marketing specialists realized that the fish were actually fairly good, and in massive supply, but terribly represented on a menu by the uggo name. They gave ol P. Toothy a rebrand, a more attractive initial price. added a lil hype and a pinch of manufactured scarcity, and boom, now Chilean Sea Bass is on every swanky seafood restaurant menu.
I wonder if that business model would work in other industries…?
@cinoclav idk. When you are just adding fish as a separate word at the end… Clownfish and cuttlefish are both actual words/fish. You seem to like swedish enough to link it to fish when the two are unrelated. And you either only like them because of the product not the name or you must really like swedish. If I said American fish…
Clowns are weird and creepy. I guess some people might like them.