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Old 10-06-2011, 05:19 PM   #11
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Get good grades and that's all it'll really take for my parents lol. I might sell my xbox 360 since I haven't played it for like 3 months and with school, I definitely don't have time to play, and if I want to, I'll still have my ps3.
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Old 10-08-2011, 02:52 PM   #12
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Well I convinced them lol. My progress report had all A's but I have to sell 3 tanks my 55 freshwater piranha tank, my 55 FOWLR, and my 75 reef. And I'm getting a 175 not a 180 as my parents are putting furniture where the old tanks were and I will only have 5 feet of space. I believe the tank dimensions I saw were 60x28x24. So no shark maybe a banded but if I do go with one he'll have to go in a couple years or I'll have to upgrade.
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Old 10-11-2011, 01:17 PM   #13
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So how's the egg coming along. My reef and FOWLR sold so I'm waiting on the 55 freshwater lol. Is the egg in the 40g now?
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I think the 175 is worth selling those 3 tanks! And he's doing great. The yolk is about the size of a dime so I'm seeing a hatch within 1-2 weeks. He's still in the 5g for now. When the yolk sac has almost disappeared, I'm going to put him in a large plastic container by himself so I can begin getting him to eat.
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Looking forward to following this one slitherbomb.
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You've earned a picture lol. When I get a chance I'll take a picture for you haha
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You've earned a picture lol. When I get a chance I'll take a picture for you haha
Works for me.
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If the yolk is about the size of a dime u have more than 2 weeks left on it I thought the same thing but when it's about that size u are looking at mor like 3-5 weeks left.

And when he hatches he may not eat for the first few days cause he is still going to be living of the yolk. It will take a few weeks to get him to start eating. Try silver sides and ghost shrimp that's what I had mine eating on and I gave it live damsels every couple of weeks
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If the yolk is about the size of a dime u have more than 2 weeks left on it I thought the same thing but when it's about that size u are looking at mor like 3-5 weeks left.

And when he hatches he may not eat for the first few days cause he is still going to be living of the yolk. It will take a few weeks to get him to start eating. Try silver sides and ghost shrimp that's what I had mine eating on and I gave it live damsels every couple of weeks
Thats ok with my lol. What do your feed yours now? I was thinking of doing squid, shrimp, and silversides.

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Aw that's so cool how you can see him in there. If I'm going to get a shark it'll be the coral banded or eppaulete shark
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