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Old 03-18-2004, 10:31 PM   #1
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The first picture, you will see one of my upside-down catfish trying to swim up into his log where he and the other upside-down live for most of the daylight hours. In the second picture, you will see the self proclaimed kind of the log, a chinese algae eater.
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Ok, ok, so I mixed the pictures up...the second is really supposed to be the first
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Dude does that catfish have some huge teeth?
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Old 03-18-2004, 11:14 PM   #4
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I think you are looking at his barbells...you are talking about the second picture, right?
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Old 03-19-2004, 02:10 AM   #5
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Those are cute pictures! Sometimes the order that I post pics isn't the order that they come up either, so you may not have mixed them up!
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Nice pics, but their eyes scare me! 8O
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LOL Tis a tad crowded in there eh? Looks like one of those clown cars LOL How many fish in total manage to smoosh themselves in there? 3?
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Menagerie - their eyes are like that because I had to use the flash to get the best picture.

Alli - yes, the 2 upside-down catfish have established perminant residence in the log (when they can get in and out!) and come out for food, and the occasional "stroll" around the tank. The algae eater usually goes in the log when he is scared, ie, a lot of people around the tank, a water change or top-off, or when the pleco chases him.
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