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Old 09-20-2011, 03:59 PM   #11
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Yes of course! I'll take pics of Marlin and Coral this weekends. My little girls are counting the days They can't wait any longer. Our dog died last week, so it's a good thing my cycle went that fast, the house is empty without animals.
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Old 09-20-2011, 04:06 PM   #12
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Oh, so sorry to hear about the dog, thats really rough, specially on kids...

Hopefully the new fish will help them get over it.

LOL Already picked out names? Thats too funny
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Well they're fans of Finding Nemo, and that's Nemo's mom and dad's name I never really gave names to my fish, I had a lonesome Tilapia Buttikoferi for 5 years. And his name was ''Le poisson'' (the fish in French). But my big girl already gave them names to the perculas so i'll stick with it
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Don't need a DSB for nassarius. in fact, if the bed is only between 1"-2", they keep it sparkly white. One of mine is a little annoying though, as it always pops up from under my Fungiid and makes him retract a bit at the ends.
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