I was at a pet store, doing some business with the owner. Anyways, on the front counter was the most unlikely thing for me to find, a west african mudskipper, my absolute #1 favorite fish (I suppose the dwarf indian is tied, but that is besides the point). I needed it. 3 days later, he was set up in a 30 gallon, mudskipper tailored aquarium, and is, disappointingly, the only inhabitant (I want another, but they might fight, I'll try to work around that though, the tank is big after all). He is doing great (though is a bit fat, I fed him too much today), and is by far the best fish I have had. His favorite food is live worms, and I have never seen a more eager fish, he caught one before it hit the water today, it was really cool. Given the fact that mudskipper need brackish water and land features, I would not recommend them to a new aquarist, but for the experienced fish-keeper, it has been a very awesome pet.