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Old 08-08-2013, 06:30 PM   #111
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Does anyone know how to post a video of my tank?
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Old 08-08-2013, 09:17 PM   #112
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Does anyone know how to post a video of my tank?
Not sure but if u figure out, let me know lol
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Old 08-09-2013, 02:39 AM   #113
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Upload it to YouTube, click share, copy link, and the in your reply just hit paste.
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Try Photobucket. Just drag and drop then copy and paste the link.

http://search.yahoo.com/r/_ylt=A0oGd...t.com/register
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Old 08-11-2013, 05:53 PM   #115
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Try Photobucket. Just drag and drop then copy and paste the link.

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Cheers I will try it when I get 5 minutes lol.
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Upload it to YouTube, click share, copy link, and the in your reply just hit paste.
Yea I thought about that but don't really want to put it up for everyone to see lol.
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Not sure but if u figure out, let me know lol
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Old 08-11-2013, 06:12 PM   #118
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OMG so I decided that the clown fish had to come out. I took the nem out a while back as it kept moving round and sitting on my corals. Since I took the nem out they have been hosting my elegance coral that I brought 3 weeks ago and it really hasn't been happy, all closed up never coming out so they had to go. Not just that but the female is a real bully and keeps chasing the copperband and in the last few days she has ripped a hole in his tail. That was the last straw!

I got 5 big nets and tried to corner them in order for me to catch them, NOT A CHANCE! boy are they smart lol. So I then decided that if I drained half the water out the tank (325L)I would stand a better chance. YEA RIGHT! Again to smart lol. So in my last ditch attempt to catch the little gits I had to take out half the rock. 3 hours later Ha ha I'm smarter little fishes as I caught you!

It took me another 4 hours to fill the tank back up and re-arrange all the rock. I can't believe that those little clowns caused me all that Grief.

Tank is now back to normal and the elegance coral is now fully open and looks happy.
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OMG so I decided that the clown fish had to come out. I took the nem out a while back as it kept moving round and sitting on my corals. Since I took the nem out they have been hosting my elegance coral that I brought 3 weeks ago and it really hasn't been happy, all closed up never coming out so they had to go. Not just that but the female is a real bully and keeps chasing the copperband and in the last few days she has ripped a hole in his tail. That was the last straw!

I got 5 big nets and tried to corner them in order for me to catch them, NOT A CHANCE! boy are they smart lol. So I then decided that if I drained half the water out the tank (325L)I would stand a better chance. YEA RIGHT! Again to smart lol. So in my last ditch attempt to catch the little gits I had to take out half the rock. 3 hours later Ha ha I'm smarter little fishes as I caught you!

It took me another 4 hours to fill the tank back up and re-arrange all the rock. I can't believe that those little clowns caused me all that Grief.

Tank is now back to normal and the elegance coral is now fully open and looks happy.
Wow... That sucks Lol. What kind of clowns were they? I have 2 percula clowns(I think, unusual patterns) and they're doing just fine with everyone, Keep to their own. Except for when my hand goes in the tank, then the male likes to bite me lol
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Wow... That sucks Lol. What kind of clowns were they? I have 2 percula clowns(I think, unusual patterns) and they're doing just fine with everyone, Keep to their own. Except for when my hand goes in the tank, then the male likes to bite me lol
Lol they are clarki clowns Dan, the female is a complete ***** lol. Every time I add a fish she terrorises them for days. But I won he he he they are now in the tank upstairs and waiting to be re-homed. I'm thinking of putting a powder blue in, just not 100% sure as I have a regal and a yellow. What ya think mate?
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