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>anabantoids are better able to survive in oxygen-poor water than other fish
>due to specialized air-breathing organs ("labyrinth organ").

The point of the original message was related to the *air* above the water
surface that anabantoids breathe when they go to the surface. If that
air is loaded with CO2 aren't they going to sufocate ? IME no.

-Ivo Busko
 Baltimore, MD