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Old 04-19-2004, 02:18 PM   #11
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Ocean--Giant Squid. They have always fascinated me!
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Old 04-19-2004, 02:30 PM   #12
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My favorite SW fish is an orchid dottyback, Pseudochromis fridmani. I don't have this fish, but I would like to start a SW tank, and instead of being swayed by the Nemo fad, this dottyback fish is the one making me want a SW tank!
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I really and truly wasn't swayed by Finding Nemo. I've loved clown fish for a looooong time! (I bought a stuffed clown a few years and named him Emitt- there was a hobo clown named Emitt.... so no Nemo!!) Seeing the moving finally kicked my butt into gear for starting my own tank.

Close second would be a tie between Mandrian Fish and Puffers (remember seeing one in LFS that had such pretty glittery blue eyes!)
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Ayesha97, would have never guessed Clowns!!
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Mahi Mahi... They are delicious!
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Yea, LOL! I love mahi mahi and salmon, and cod , etc.... I can go on and on with the seafood I like to eat!!!
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I agree that they taste great, but that's not the subject!!!!! Keep
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I like to look at them all! I would love to have a ray, but that, sigh, is out of my league. Anything that keeps my two boys occupied is also good.
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You could get a ray. Buy the smallest one and a 200 gal...

I wish i could get a tank like that!
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