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Old 09-01-2011, 05:11 AM   #1
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Bn pleco ordeal

Alright so today I picked up some juvie Bn plecos. They're about an inch long, still fry by any means. Anyway I would just like to say that these guys are troopers. The person who I got them from gave them to me in a glass jar. Long story short, whilst walking home the jar fell out of my bag and splat -fish everywhere!- D: luckily I have a container in my purse to put them in and a little water. Those guys survived the sprint home covered in sand and dirt. I thought for sure that they would die, but they didn't! Now they're quite happily eating all of the algae they can get there mouths on! Talk about luck!
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Alright so today I picked up some juvie Bn plecos. They're about an inch long, still fry by any means. Anyway I would just like to say that these guys are troopers. The person who I got them from gave them to me in a glass jar. Long story short, whilst walking home the jar fell out of my bag and splat -fish everywhere!- D: luckily I have a container in my purse to put them in and a little water. Those guys survived the sprint home covered in sand and dirt. I thought for sure that they would die, but they didn't! Now they're quite happily eating all of the algae they can get there mouths on! Talk about luck!
Wow, what a story! Congrats on your new Plecos!
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wow,tough little fishys. do you have pics?
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