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Old 11-01-2013, 04:27 PM   #1
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Professor Carrots and To-Be-Named.

This is my new dojo loach. His name is Professor Carrots. I traded a peacock eel for him because I felt he would do better on my tank than the eel. I can't wait for him to get big and chubby. <3
Also, I broke and got a new baby betta. It is yet to be named. The pic is in the cup, but that is not where "she" is permanently housed.
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Professor Carrots. Awesome name. Lol.
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After I bought him, I was all excited so I showed him to my bf who responded, "that fish looks like a carrot." So, I jazzed it up, and it stuck.
I still need a betta name. I think it is a female because of the stripes and body shape. Not positive though, I have never had one this small before.
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Professor Carrots, heehee Dojos are super fun - mine was very animated, and "dorky" (in a hilarious way). Probably my favorite thing to do with mine was watch him bury himself in the sand, and only have his head stick out Good luck with him!
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Thanks. I am super excited. I have wanted one for awhile. He has adjusted to the tank really well. I needed something active/boisterous enough to deal with the other loach species in there, and other moody tankmates.
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I got a baby beta about that size about a year ago, and it was a female too. Super cute! Looks like a female from what I can tell! Also, professor carrots is awesome! lol
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I got a baby beta about that size about a year ago, and it was a female too. Super cute! Looks like a female from what I can tell! Also, professor carrots is awesome! lol
Thanks. I am thinking female because of the stripes and the body shape. I am not excellent at this by any means, but I am hoping for a female. I prefer them.
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