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Old 07-31-2006, 01:20 AM   #1
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gravel dropping fish

hey a while back i went to "that fish store" in one of the large tanks i seen this lil 3 inch or so fish i think it was bright yellow would constantly go grabe a mouth full of gravel and swim away and the gravel would filter threw its gills as it swimed aaway looked so cool! what was this fish???
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Old 07-31-2006, 09:49 AM   #2
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Most likely one of the sand sifting gobies.
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Austinsdad is probably right. Welcome back, BTW, how was your trip?

Did he look like this:
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Ya mon! Great. Thanks.
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haha yeah thanks man just what i wanted THANK YOU SO MUCHHHH!!!!!!!
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sifting gobies have always been and always will be my absolute favorite fish to watch in my tank!
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gravel dropping fish

Sorry, I missed that you went the "thatpetplace" I know exactly what you are talkin about. Those custom tanks are awesome, I saw the same little guy and loved him from first sight. I will get one.
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Yeah love the sand sifting gobies they are a crack up to watch.
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