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Old 11-11-2011, 03:23 PM   #1091
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he sure is an active lil turd but ill do my best to get a high light pic of him now and then again in a month or so
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and i hope the family matters level out too. i hate that.
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Old 11-12-2011, 08:27 PM   #1093
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Thank you sir todays been a really good day...been laying on the country with the misses watching the tank for about 20 minutes and realized Vincent (our Picasso trigger) apparently likes to pick up sand and dump it on the other fishes heads..... an instigator I swear.
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ha too funny
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Thank you sir todays been a really good day...been laying on the country with the misses watching the tank for about 20 minutes and realized Vincent (our Picasso trigger) apparently likes to pick up sand and dump it on the other fishes heads..... an instigator I swear.
Lol. Sounds like me as a kid!
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Old 11-12-2011, 09:18 PM   #1096
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Thank you sir todays been a really good day...been laying on the country with the misses watching the tank for about 20 minutes and realized Vincent (our Picasso trigger) apparently likes to pick up sand and dump it on the other fishes heads..... an instigator I swear.
LOL Speaking of that, I have a question I have been meaning to ask (if you don't mind me hijacking your thread for a minute).

Over the past couple of weeks my Kole has been going to the surface, getting a gulp of air, swimming around for a minute or two then letting the bubble go. Then, he will go down to the sand bed get a mouthful of sand and swim around for a few minutes before letting it cascade back down the sandbed. He never did it before and it doesn't look like anything is wrong but more like just a way to amuze himself. Is that a normal behavior?
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LOL Speaking of that, I have a question I have been meaning to ask (if you don't mind me hijacking your thread for a minute).

Over the past couple of weeks my Kole has been going to the surface, getting a gulp of air, swimming around for a minute or two then letting the bubble go. Then, he will go down to the sand bed get a mouthful of sand and swim around for a few minutes before letting it cascade back down the sandbed. He never did it before and it doesn't look like anything is wrong but more like just a way to amuze himself. Is that a normal behavior?
Lol I've heard of people's tangs doing that. Tangs are really funny fish and I've even heard of them letting shrimp get on there back and riding around with them. Totally normal
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Rd my trigger does the sand bit (obviously) guess its just instigation on their part lol. IF I can get a video of him doing it I will, its absolutely hilarious. I also noticed he doesn't dare dump sand on the lion or the other trigger.....lmao he's a bully
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