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Old 02-08-2007, 11:39 AM   #11
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yes I do have a lid
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Old 02-08-2007, 04:43 PM   #12
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i'm sure its not the case, but you might want to make sure you have a high enough oxygen level in the tank. cool picture.
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was the pic taken at night? my clowns sleep at the very top of the tank
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Haven't seen mine do this in the last year I've had them - but my parrotfish will stick an inch of his head out of the water when he sees food coming.
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That's a very good pic thanks for sharing.
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my clowns do it occasionally. and mine sleep at the very top of the tank too - some of their body is out of water occsionally.
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I had a Picasso Trigger and a spotted Boxfish that used to stick their heads out and spit water at me whenever they thought food was on the way ! Charming
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My two clowns do that if I lift the lid to my nano cube. They watch me. They arn't afraid of me anymore at all. They chase my hands around the tank nipping at my fingers when Im cleaning the tank. Ha. they truely are clowns. When ever I open the lid, they poke their heads out of the water as if to go "food?".
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