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Old 04-10-2008, 01:57 PM   #11
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nice coloring and a good healthy guy.
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yea hes really really bright
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Glad to hear you fish is doing well. I only have a 12 gal nano so my only fish are two clowns and the decided to has a small pump i put in there for extra flow. Its kinda funny cuz they sleep squished together between the flow adjustment and the pump its self. very funny looking.
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yea, my bigger clown, just sits in front of my koralia powerhead because hes too lazy to swim on his own lol. he justs lets it flow through him. theyre funny little fish. theyre names suit them well.
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He's a pretty clownfish and great story on your clown being a clown.
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Old 04-15-2008, 09:39 AM   #16
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Clowns are cute! I have 2 and one will get in front of the powerhead as well to be sent to the other side of the tank. LOL.
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My clowns have a nook that they claim as their home. I have seen them actually laying on their side in the sand. Love my clowns They are fun to watch when you get 2
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I bought a clownfish this week. He is bigger than my 3-stripe damsel that was the top dog in my tank. They fought like crazy when first introduced. Now They don't fight at all really, just chase each other around every once in a while and get along great. I now have a domino damsel, Blue devil damsel, 3-stripe damsel, and a Clownfish very mellow and interesting mix.
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I just added a clownfish to my tank and he doesn't seem able to maintin zero buoyancy. He has to wriggle his body to stay up, or he sinks to the sand. I would think this would exhaust my little guy and cause him to die Any ideas if this is normal?
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It really almost sounds like normal clown fish activity to me. He`s not being blasted with too much flow is he?
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