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Old 03-20-2015, 12:32 PM   #901
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Well my favorite is my dojo and recently I got a 2nd one. He's just a baby!

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He's barely 1.5inches long. Rehomed him to my 45g because he couldn't compete for food because of his size in my 75g.


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Old 03-20-2015, 12:40 PM   #902
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Well my favorite is my dojo and recently I got a 2nd one. He's just a baby!



He's barely 1.5inches long. Rehomed him to my 45g because he couldn't compete for food because of his size in my 75g.

Baby, yay
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Those are beautiful pictures!
Gorgeous looking fish
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Well my favorite is my dojo and recently I got a 2nd one. He's just a baby!
He's barely 1.5inches long. Rehomed him to my 45g because he couldn't compete for food because of his size in my 75g.
Very interesting fish indeed! But is it not better to raise at least 3 in 1 tank to let them feel more happy?
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Very interesting fish indeed! But is it not better to raise at least 3 in 1 tank to let them feel more happy?

I raised my first one alone. He's 6 inches now, eats like a pig, digs up my plants, and is all around the most active fish I have.

When this one grows some ill put him back so he can fend for himself during feeding time.


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