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Old 09-04-2011, 12:27 PM   #1
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Clown loaches

Had to have something to help keep the bottom clean in this 75g.

Here they are.
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Had to have something to help keep the bottom clean in this 75g.

Here they are.
Very nice! I love your tank.
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Very nice! I've always like them, but I kinda got turned off when I went into my local Pet Quarters and they had a 6 inch one in one of the big tanks... he was HUGE!
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Love the tank btw!
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Love your loaches! Think we've got very similar taste in fish. I've got Rummynose in with my Clowns too. Both great fish
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Thanks everyone! I know I'll eventually have to trade them in or rehome them when they get BIG but I was told that will take years, hope so.
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Thanks everyone! I know I'll eventually have to trade them in or rehome them when they get BIG but I was told that will take years, hope so.
I have also heard that they grow slow. They are awesome fish though. Very neat behaviors.
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It's funny, but however many times I see my Clowns 'sleeping' in odd positions, every now and again they freak me out!

Found one sleeping on top of a log this morning, and was totally convinced he was dead! Watched him for ages and not even a twitch. Then just when you think you're going to have to find out & you lift the hood lid... He's off!

Stressful being a parent sometimes
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