The Bluntnose Minnow is probably the most common freshwater fish in the entire United States east of the Mississippi. They live in rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, and springs. They grow to about 2.5 inches long, and survive on insects, algae, and diatoms. This is the Bluntnose Minnow Gal mermaid by artist Jenny Mathews.
|Bluntnose Minnow Mermaid|