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Old 03-14-2004, 02:48 PM   #1
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Various tank pics

Banjo Cat peeking out of a Jaguar Skull

http://www.googlywoog.com/images/random%20020.jpg
http://www.googlywoog.com/images/random%20021.jpg


Crab: What are you looking at, bub?

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My ever growing CAE

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Beautiful Apple Snail

http://www.googlywoog.com/images/random%20008.jpg

Female Bettas

http://www.googlywoog.com/images/random%20009.jpg
http://www.googlywoog.com/images/random%20010.jpg




Side note. If anyone can idtenfiy the silvery gold fish in the background of 009, I would be most appriciative, I don't know what they are.

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Can you get a better shot of that silvery one? Many of the characteristics needed to ID it can't be seen in that picture.

The other pictures look great! I especially like the shot of the CAE.
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Banjo Cat peeking out of a Jaguar Skull
A real skull?
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Whata blasing fast host you have.

Man those images are big.
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Can you get a better shot of that silvery one? Many of the characteristics needed to ID it can't be seen in that picture.

The other pictures look great! I especially like the shot of the CAE.
009 was an atemp to get a picture of it.

I ahve one like that, and one thats exactly the same except its orangish red, THey do NOT like the camera and if they even think I'm reaching for it they run and hide.

Funny thing is, I don't use a flash, never had on those fish. So its not like its something to fear..

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Whata blasing fast host you have.

Man those images are big.
Yes, One of the best I've ever been on.

Maybe I should hook you up with them?

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Banjo Cat peeking out of a Jaguar Skull
A real skull?
One of those faux PetSmart Jaguar skulls


and sorry about the sizes, I don't have any software to resize them ATM
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If you'll go to the showoff/photography section, there is a post about resizing images, there are a couple of free image resizing and optimizing tool linked in there
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Very nice pics, William!

On my computer, the pics are real big (I can only see a portion of the pic), then if I wait a few seconds, they get smaller, so they fit on my screen. They still fill up the screen, but without the slider bars.
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The fish in the back of 009, the gold colored one (I didn't see any silver)? It looks like some sort of tetra, but tough to tell in that pic for sure. The crab and the first cat pic are awesome!
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If you'll go to the showoff/photography section, there is a post about resizing images, there are a couple of free image resizing and optimizing tool linked in there
I know, I recently reformated.

Havn't gotten around to reinstalling everything just yet

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Very nice pics, William!

On my computer, the pics are real big (I can only see a portion of the pic), then if I wait a few seconds, they get smaller, so they fit on my screen. They still fill up the screen, but without the slider bars.
You must be using Internet Explorer 6.0 then, since thats an automaticly enabled feature in it.

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The fish in the back of 009, the gold colored one (I didn't see any silver)? It looks like some sort of tetra, but tough to tell in that pic for sure. The crab and the first cat pic are awesome!

He is silverish goldish.


I tried to take a picture of them earlier, and their still hiding behind the stump 3 hours later.

Their not very photogenic. :-\


EDIT

Arn't all Tetra's scaleless? Cause these fish in question are most definately scaled..
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Hey william, I think it looks like a ticto barb, aka cherry. They range in color from a little red to silver green and have that tell tale false eye spot near the tale. BTW that cat is awsome!
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