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Old 04-07-2014, 05:24 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by dcutl002 View Post
Wow. I saw a unicorn in "Clash of the Titans",....never in real life. Do you have pics?
I try taking pics but it won't show up on camera I have evidence though!!!


It puked in my first tank!!! Seeeeeeeeeeee spongebob pineapple and all!!!
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I'm not really here... fell in the tank and my phone is just that smart
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Old 04-07-2014, 05:27 PM   #12
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Nice color

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Old 04-10-2014, 12:16 AM   #13
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I didn't see the movie, yet. I think one day what we have in aquariums may very possibly be the only fish around. So, the more we learn how to breed the rare ones, the more secure the future of their species.

Because people are uneducated, a huge share of fish prolly have sad lives. The fish of the people who come here or another forum or read books, their fish are prolly pretty happy and well cared for.

Every re landscaping or trading out ornaments is like giving the fish a new world to live in. Heavily planted tanks would be like us living in Hawaii. Mahalo E Ke Akua No Keia La
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I saw it, I thought it was really sad. I think it's alright to keep fish if you can give them what they need and adequate space. I feel that keeping things like orcas is wrong. There's no way you can have enough space for a whole pod.

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