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Old 06-10-2005, 02:10 AM   #1
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this proves that u need to shop around for aquarium hardware
one shop had weipro heaters 300w - 69.95 50w - 40.95
another one had same brand 300w - 29.95 50w - 20.95
so i bout 2 sets for spares
Oh, and i finally got my Black Ghost Knife.
Though he's a wee bit small, so he's goin in guppy tank to feed up for a while
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Oh, and i finally got my Black Ghost Knife.
Though he's a wee bit small, so he's goin in guppy tank to feed up for a while
That's like locking a 10 year-old in a candy store overnight.
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Oh, and i finally got my Black Ghost Knife.
Though he's a wee bit small, so he's goin in guppy tank to feed up for a while
That's like locking a 10 year-old in a candy store overnight.
Now dont be eating any of that candy Ghost Knife!

Sounds like trouble to me.. hope there not really nice guppies..

Or are you feeding the guppies to the Ghost Knife?
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He's not really feeding the guppies to the Ghost Knife directly, he's merely placing the Ghost Knife in a "guppy rich" environment and letting nature take its course :P
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hehe trav hit the nail on the head..
casper the friendly ghost knife fish, is only around twice the size of a fully grown guppy, so it'll be a while before he starts eating them...
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hehe trav hit the nail on the head..
casper the friendly ghost knife fish, is only around twice the size of a fully grown guppy, so it'll be a while before he starts eating them...
The way knives eat, you are going to be waiting a very long time before he gets to be big enough, since they basically swallow their food.
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grown guppy, so it'll be a while before he starts eating them...
I am well aware of that..
which reminds me, need more bloodworms.. thanx
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