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Old 06-26-2015, 01:08 PM   #11
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Sorry to hear this. That is a great age for a fish like that. They are so darn cute. Hoping your new one will be as fun and spunky, and match your personality!


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Yeah, I take roll call as soon as my feet hit the ground every morning. So far, I must be doing something right. And, as is what happened to you, you could turn your back and they'd be gone. I'm so sorry.

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thinking old age took him
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They come in different colors

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I think that could definitely be it, 54seaweed. I just looked up their lifespan in people's tanks and it brought me to a Canadian aquarium forum. The most popular option selected in the poll there was "1-2 years." I would you say you did a great job in keeping him alive for his lifespan!

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