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Old 05-06-2011, 05:22 AM   #651
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Old 05-06-2011, 10:47 PM   #652
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I got a Video of my zebras doing some schooling. The darts tend to separate a bit because there isn't enough other fish in the tank... also because they have so many, so they can divide into smaller schools.

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is that a shrimp at the begging of the video kinda hiding in that hole lol
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Yes, Yes it is. a coral banded
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cool video btw i wish i could have a tank that big
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Ya, I've always wanted one too... that's why when I got hurt (got $) and my wife couldn't say no, I got it.
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those tangs look amazing
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Greenmaster, this tank is an absolute monster and amazing! had to read through the 66 page novel to get all the info but it was worth it.
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those tangs look amazing
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I really wanted to get 5 of the same size so they would school better but I think they way they are adds more movement to the tank

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For some reason the tank looks a bit dim? I'm guessing it's the windows and the depth and the camera doing it..or it's just a particular time of day.
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