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Old 08-28-2005, 12:46 AM   #1
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Goby's are awsome!

I just got a goby, those guys are BOLD!!! He's gone off on my cleaner shrimp- keep in mind that he's at the most an inch long and not even as big around as a pencil and my cleaner shrimp, well, he's cleaner shrimp size! He's been fending everyone else in my tank away from a dying mussel. Quite comical, and even more amusing trying to watch him suck down a piece of mussel that was as big around as his head!!! He's a pretty amazing little fish! I think its safe to say that he's laid his claim to the bottom portion of the tank. My b&w clown rains supreme on the upper portion of the water column!!! Made MANY attacks to my boyfriends hand while he was rearranging the rocks. I think someone's damsel side is showing!
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Marlin: Okay, a mollusk walks up to this sea cucumber, well he doesn't actually walk, he's just there, and he turns to the sea cucumber, and... Well, wait, there's a mollusk and a sea cucumber and...
Chum: You know for a clown fish, he's not that funny.
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I've always liked my gobies...while I had them. Be forewarned, many gobies are jumpers. I've had at least 2 leap to their demise, even with eggcrate over my tank the buggers somehow found a way out. Just be extra vigilant.
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Thanks for the warning! Will have to keep an eye out for him.
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Marlin: Okay, a mollusk walks up to this sea cucumber, well he doesn't actually walk, he's just there, and he turns to the sea cucumber, and... Well, wait, there's a mollusk and a sea cucumber and...
Chum: You know for a clown fish, he's not that funny.
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