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Old 01-19-2012, 03:41 PM   #31
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My ABN pleco will wrestle with a green bean. Its soo funny to watch.
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:55 PM   #32
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My ABN pleco will wrestle with a green bean. Its soo funny to watch.
I gotta try that with mine!
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Old 01-20-2012, 10:36 PM   #33
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One of my guppy fry tried to eat another younger fry and choked. I walked up and saw a tail sticking out of his mouth. Didnt know a fish's eyes could turn red!!! But I think I had an undiscovered breed of possessed guppies though.....
Thats awsome. I had a batch of zombie guppies. Lol. Came in one day to find pregnant mom dead. When i went to fish her out i noticed fry executing an evacuation plan from moms belly. I had to wait an hour for them to stop coming out so i could flush her.
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Old 01-20-2012, 11:10 PM   #34
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Thats awsome. I had a batch of zombie guppies. Lol. Came in one day to find pregnant mom dead. When i went to fish her out i noticed fry executing an evacuation plan from moms belly. I had to wait an hour for them to stop coming out so i could flush her.
lol nice! I did a c-section on one of my Mamas lol
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My Female Betta and her "prince charming" swim around together and play tag and eat together and "snuggle" and sometimes she goes in the castle and "dances" while he sheepeshly peeks inside watching her. Funny part? He's an albino Kribensis!
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Old 01-21-2012, 10:49 AM   #36
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My Female Betta and her "prince charming" swim around together and play tag and eat together and "snuggle" and sometimes she goes in the castle and "dances" while he sheepeshly peeks inside watching her. Funny part? He's an albino Kribensis!
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I love fish farts! LOL
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When my betta guards a algae wafer from ABN pleco, both were willing to fight for it. Lol
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my jewels will guard their fry from me,i cant vacuum the sand within about 10 inches of them when they have fry. they cant draw blood but they can rip skin
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I had a betta named Blaze who used to watch my mom eat dinner. LOL. It freaked her out so much. She would put a towel over his tiny tank while she was eating.

I had a tiny pleco named Marli that would stick to my fingers and clean them, and she'd follow me around the tank if I put my finger on the glass.

My little fiddler crabs, Jaq and Joq, used to wave their claws at me if I got too close, or if I was doing something with the tank. It always cracked me up!

My current betta, Juno, hides in his microswords and then darts out if I lean over and look into his tank, like he's trying to scare me away. Goofball.
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