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Old 07-26-2009, 02:24 AM   #21
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I found one small Red Zebra that has the perfect hidey hole and saw a Yellow Lab the other day, but have not seen it in awhile.

I watched my big Acei mom who has a mouthful of fry eat some flakes just now! Thought maybe she had released, but she swam up and I saw the fry rolling around in her mouth. Pretty cool! She's good LOL
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Old 07-26-2009, 06:04 AM   #22
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Wow, nice pictures indeed. What do they do with a throat full of sand? LOL.
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Wow, nice pictures indeed. What do they do with a throat full of sand? LOL.
Last picture looks like the fish went to see Paul Wall rofl.
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They are like bulldozers! They shovel up a mouthful of sand and spit it out somewhere else! They will keep doing this until they hit bottom. Its funny when one drops their sand in the spot another is digging out! It takes the other one all day LOL

The first time my daughter saw it, she happened to glance at the tank to see sand going everywhere! She says "what the he!!??" It was my Acei doing a full body dig She thought that was the craziest thing she ever saw! One time I saw a fake plant walk across the tank! It was a male who thought it didn't belong there so picked it up by the stem and was moving it over hahaha. Never a dull moment in a Mbuna tank, that's for sure.
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that hair pic idea is a very cool idea. i think ill use that.
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Old 07-26-2009, 02:31 PM   #26
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Looks great Spoon. Sand is definitely nicer to look at!
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Thanks HondaKid! How is your Mbuna tank coming along? I saw your post about IDing them and havent seen any more about it. Have you gotten some? That is all that is in this tank. I am having a great time with them!
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ahh absolutly beautiful!
i envy you!
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