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FROM FRANK MAGALLANES
I would like to thank the following people for their contributions to the OPEFE Web Site. These people gave up their time, photographs, data, sometimes living/dead fish specimens, numerous emails, paper correspondence and scientific documents to make this archive of predatory fishes and piranhas a valuable tool for educator and hobbyists alike. And a special thank you to a biology teacher that was not only my friend, but a teacher that encouraged me to keep studying piranhas, the late Mr. Jerry Lipman (Biology Teacher-Channel Islands, Oxnard, California). To Sue McDonald, Oakland, Oregon for creating the first OPEFE web site and inspiring me to continue learning web design.
Finally, my wife Jane, who has spent countless hours and years listening to me talk about piranhas. We hope that the OPEFE web site will continue to cultivate a better public understanding of fish predators and also encourage people not to release unwanted pet fish:
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