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Old 04-01-2008, 12:49 AM   #1
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Sand moving.

You know your fish are planning on breeding when they move almost 6" of sand! Not to mention the plants aren't too happy.

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Old 04-01-2008, 02:54 AM   #2
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Wow - those are some industrious fish!
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Wow! That looks like what my pistol shrimp did. I have bare bottom in some places and about 6 inches in others.
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My severums would go nuts with their re-decorating efforts. I have to ask....what kind of fish re-did your landscaping??
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Silly fishies! I suppose there's not much you can do about it.

The perfectionist in me would freak out if they decided to undo the hard work I'm sure went into your efforts to 'scape the tank. I'm glad my betta feels no need to rearrange things on me.
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The fish are geophagus. I will post another picture soon. They have dug a ton more up. LOL it does drive me crazy but I can't do a thing about it.
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Here are a few more to show the amazing constructiveness, or destructiveness depending on how you look at it.











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Uh-oh, their house is now tilted, what are they going to do about the fish tanks in there!?!?!!?
Nice shots BTW.
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Geeze! That's a hoot!
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wow, i like your tank and normally i find freshwater boring. it looks quite nice, the sand looks odd, your fish are quite...creative
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