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Old 07-25-2012, 09:44 PM   #11
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Are you buying fresh from a fish market/ grocery store or getting frozen ?
How do you store and serve it ? That seems like it would be quite the sloppy mix
Fresh from supermarket.
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Are you buying fresh from a fish market/ grocery store or getting frozen ?
How do you store and serve it ? That seems like it would be quite the sloppy mix
I buy mine from the grocery store... i use a food processor then stuff in a large zip lock. And use a roll pin to flat it out then just break off thr pieces to feed.
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Old 07-26-2012, 11:52 AM   #13
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i think ill go with frozen food like frozen shrimp and while where talking about clowns do they jump out of the tank if there is no hood?
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Clowns don't tend to jump. That's not saying they can't. It's always good to have a lid on the tank as this prevents that and is good to slow down evaporation. If you don't have a lid You can always make up some sort screen to put across the top to make you feel better. My clowns normally stay around the bottom to mid level. Mine only venture to the top when they sleep.
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Old 07-26-2012, 12:39 PM   #15
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i think ill go with frozen food like frozen shrimp and while where talking about clowns do they jump out of the tank if there is no hood?
Mine has jumped up and hit the light , I think it gave him a headache cause he did not look happy after
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Normally clowns don't jump...but I am down to 1 b+w now due to one going carpet surfing while I was at work awhile back.
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Normally clowns don't jump...but I am down to 1 b+w now due to one going carpet surfing while I was at work awhile back.
This happened to me, too. Had a clown for years and one day it just leapt right out.
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