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Old 05-10-2005, 02:50 PM   #1
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Hermit does hand stand!!!!

Here are a few updated pics of my tank. Note the wall is finally painted and trimmed out. I could not get any good pics of the ricordia or the BTA, will try again leter. But the black sun was out in all his glory.
Well any ways judge for yourself. Comments welcome please!!!!!
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Old 05-10-2005, 02:51 PM   #2
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Great shots. I had to look twice to see if that was a backdrop or not, lol. The repeating pattern gave it away

Great but strange shot of the hermit. Who'd have thunk they could do that?!

Awwwwwww... That poor sun polyp! I can't believe so much of the skeletin shows. Here's to hoping you can nurse it back to health.

Thanks for the pics.
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My hermit crab does that as well and the other night he climbed up my filter (he's big too). I have that same backdrop and in some of my pictures it really does look real. It's started to fade and not look as nice though so I am thinking of switching it to a plain blue or black
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Nice looking tank...I just seen one of my hermits do the hand stand yesterday. **** wish i would have gotten a pic of it now Great pics!
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