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Old 12-26-2006, 02:17 PM   #1
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Some Tank Inhabitants


Here is my Mystery Snail.


Here is the same guy, waving hello.


One of my two Panda Cories.

These are pretty much the only things that will sit still long enough for a picture. Everything else is blurs of orange, yellow, and blue.
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Great photos. That is a cool looking snail.
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Those are really good pics! That snail is impressive, how big is he?
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Thanks. It's a simple point and shoot with the macro setting selected. Fortunately, these guys were pretty close to the glass for the picture.

That snail is about quarter-sized I would say. PetSmart has a ton of these things in their inventory: white, black, and yellow. They must be feeding the tanks like crazy, because these things can really eat.
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I'm digging the snail too!
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Moved to the Photography forum.

Those are great pics!
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Snail makes his way towards algae lunch.
Snail sits on algae for a while.
Snail decides he doesn't want it.
Shrimp tries to make his way around snail.
And the winner is...Gourami.

I love watching the snail, but sometimes I wish it were faster like time lapse photography.
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Great photos. Great snail and fish and shrimp.
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