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Old 01-13-2013, 10:39 PM   #1
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"Special" Fish

Tell me about your "special fish". You know what Im talking about. That guy that cant swim a straight line. Or the one who does cartwheels constantly. Or Nemo. Those fish that seem completely healthy but have some odd mutation or disability.
I have a Habrosous Cory that cannot swim upright. He always goes sideways and upside-down. Alot of times in weird circles. Has been like that a long time but seems healthy! (Well other than the fact that he looks drunk)
So whats yours?
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Old 01-14-2013, 11:33 AM   #2
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I've got an angel that swims on her side and does circles.
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Old 01-14-2013, 11:38 AM   #3
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My elephant nose likes to spend most of his time swimming backwards around the tank! He also pushes his self into my live plants & sleeps there weird!
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I've got an angel that swims on her side and does circles.
Wow that would be a sight! How big?
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My elephant nose likes to spend most of his time swimming backwards around the tank! He also pushes his self into my live plants & sleeps there weird!
Lol thats cool!
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I used to have a neon tetra who thought he was an Amano Shrimp.....
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I used to have a neon tetra who thought he was an Amano Shrimp.....
Um details? Lol
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Um details? Lol

Well before I new what I was doing, I had some neon tetras and an amano shrimp in a 2 gal tank. Eventually all the neons died except for one, so it because an amano shrimp It would hover of the shrimp all day following it around.
I still have the amano shrimp.
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Well before I new what I was doing, I had some neon tetras and an amano shrimp in a 2 gal tank. Eventually all the neons died except for one, so it because an amano shrimp It would hover of the shrimp all day following it around.
I still have the amano shrimp.
Lol thats hilarious!
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I have 6 small clown loaches that spend a good deal of time in a small cave that I made out of 4" pvc cut in half. Whenever I bend down to look at them in the cave,the largest one is always upside down on the roof of the cave.Weirdo,lol.
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