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Old 11-16-2005, 05:27 PM   #1
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HUGE algae snack!

After scrapping off the algae that was growing in the hex tank, huge sheets of algae were produced. I was going to take them out, but King Prawn quickly started munching away. Enjoy the pics!

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Neat!
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*Burp*

When can he come to my house?

Excellent pictures!
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That is so cool. Great pics!
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Ah.....blue-green 'algae' (actually a photosynthetic bacterium....probably Oscillatoria).....nice to see that SOMETHING will eat it!

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Nice pics. Very cool.
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wonderful! Both of you got what you wanted, lol
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That's a neat way to take out the trash.
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Hmmm...I also have algae like that in my hex tank, but no one here wants to munch on it! King Prawn can stop over for a visit if he likes!
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wow them photos are great, never seen a prawn so big!
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