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Old 08-29-2005, 10:11 PM   #31
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i would like to have my pipefish back but my fricken nephew made me drop a rock on it,ill just say he jumped on me while i was holding a 3 pound piece of live rock
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Old 08-30-2005, 04:38 AM   #32
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Coelacanths are incredibly ugly.
But incredibly unique and fascinating (livebearers, you know), and probably pretty intelligent.
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Old 08-30-2005, 04:55 AM   #33
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My dream fish is to own is a breeding pair of Discus lol
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Old 08-30-2005, 03:52 PM   #34
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Coelacanths are incredibly ugly.
.... and probably pretty intelligent.
Never heard that phrase in regards to a fish! I guess, as compared to....other fish?
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Coelacanths are incredibly ugly.
.... and probably pretty intelligent.
Never heard that phrase in regards to a fish! I guess, as compared to....other fish?
you own a saltwater aquarium and you don't think fish can be intelligent??
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hawaiian dragon moray eel, Queen trigger, queen angel, golden angel......The list goes on and on
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hawaiian dragon moray eel, Queen trigger, queen angel, golden angel......The list goes on and on also some huge gar and catfish and aro's
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The Toledo Zoo has a nice exhibit with leafy seadragons right now. I wish my kids had let me spend more time there, but they don't share my fascination with seahorses and seadragons.
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Hummu Hummu Trigger caught my eye more than 20 years ago, I though the markings made it look like a really expensive cargo plane. My dad worked at the airport... thus the comparison.

On a similar topic; if there was no such thing as incompatable, no money restrictions, etc... what would be in your dream tank?

Mine would have Hummu Hummu Trigger, psycedelic dragonette, just about every type of shrimp, some type of puffer and enough damsels for movement... oh, and a hawkfish for the hubby for letting me get into this hobby!
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French Angel

I came face to face with one while snorkeling and it was amazing - at least a foot long

I don't have one but look forward to finding a large enough tank
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