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Old 09-03-2013, 05:13 PM   #21
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Whats stopping you?
Tank size, I ran out of room for tanks.
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Old 09-04-2013, 08:36 AM   #22
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Tank size, I ran out of room for tanks.
Theres never enough damm room. If i make the kids share a room i could get 2 6ft"s in there but i dont think the misses will approve.
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Old 09-04-2013, 08:44 AM   #23
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Theres never enough damm room. If i make the kids share a room i could get 2 6ft"s in there but i dont think the misses will approve.
Haha, you can always dream an wait for one to
Go to collage haha
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My tusk just nailed the new addition ( and i dont mean in the loving way ) during feeding time. Poor valentini puffer didnt know what to do.
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How is your tusk during feeding time? I also just got one about a month ago. He seems like he has a hard time seeing food right in front of him.
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How is your tusk during feeding time? I also just got one about a month ago. He seems like he has a hard time seeing food right in front of him.
The opposite. Mine sees everything. He just wants all the food to himself. Has a good memory too and will go back to where he saw food drop earlier. He rammed my puffer twice and bit it.
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Old 09-11-2013, 06:46 PM   #27
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How is your tusk during feeding time? I also just got one about a month ago. He seems like he has a hard time seeing food right in front of him.
Hows ur tusk doing?
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He's doing just fine. In think he's getting better which I read is common with this breed due to malnutrition and stress. I did just get him.

He eats and is hungry, he just misses sometimes. He knows the food cup, lol.

He eats off the stick or eats from the water so I'm not worried. He just acts farsighted.
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Does yours like to take a nap after eating sometimes? Mine also plays dead when he's spooked. He lays flat on the sand. It scared me the first time. He did it a week after I got him during a water change. I thought my $180 fish was suddenly dead!!
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Does yours like to take a nap after eating sometimes? Mine also plays dead when he's spooked. He lays flat on the sand. It scared me the first time. He did it a week after I got him during a water change. I thought my $180 fish was suddenly dead!!
No mine i have to say is extremely active especially at feeding time. He rides my two powerheads for a good few hours after eating. He also likes to come out of the water surface like a whale does, never seen anything like it. Id sware he has a blow hole. Where are you from Jason? Thats a lot $180.
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