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Old 10-26-2004, 03:42 PM   #11
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My two Perculas pig out pretty hard, and do get big stomachs sometimes, but my Racoon Butterflyfish does something much more interesting.

This fish eats as much flake food as it can find (so far it is ignoring mysis shrimp) - then swims over to a powerhead and then "relieves itself" into the fast moving water! It is pretty gross, and it happens every time it eats.

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