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Old 10-09-2012, 09:23 PM   #1
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Hi All! I just wanted to briefly introduce myself here, I'm sure ill send plenty of posts and pics in the future. I've been reading everything here for a couple weeks and it seems there is a LOT of knowledgeable people here...

Anyway, here is a pic of my current set-up. I'll fill out my profile as soon as I get a chance.
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Old 10-09-2012, 09:25 PM   #2
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Welcome to AA beautiful tank! What size is it a 29? And are those platys in there?
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Thanks for the welcome! Yeah, it's a 29 gallon and no, not platys. If you are asking about the little red fish, they are the most vibrant, long-tailed cherry barbs I have ever seen. I couldn't resist them. I have five.
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There are also 3 angels, a half-black, a marble, and a "silver" (which looks more gold-ish to me). There is an oranda (who lost his red cap), 3 gold barbs (lost 3 others to ich), 2 scissor-tail rasboras, an African dwarf frog, 2 albino corys, 2 pepper corys, a red-tailed black shark, an apple snail, 2 black mystery snails, 2 zebra snails, and 5 ghost shrimp. YES, I'm aware the tank is way over-stocked. I'm working on finding space for yet another. I also have an American toad, a bearded dragon, a jungle carpet python, 3 fancy hermit crabs, a cockatiel, and an eight year old son. Whew! It's a lot when you write it all out! Lol
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There are also 3 angels, a half-black, a marble, and a "silver" (which looks more gold-ish to me). There is an oranda (who lost his red cap), 3 gold barbs (lost 3 others to ich), 2 scissor-tail rasboras, an African dwarf frog, 2 albino corys, 2 pepper corys, a red-tailed black shark, an apple snail, 2 black mystery snails, 2 zebra snails, and 5 ghost shrimp. YES, I'm aware the tank is way over-stocked. I'm working on finding space for yet another. I also have an American toad, a bearded dragon, a jungle carpet python, 3 fancy hermit crabs, a cockatiel, and an eight year old son. Whew! It's a lot when you write it all out! Lol
Wow lol sounds like you got a full time job just in pets let alone the kid haha love carpet pythons by the way.. do you have a pic of him?
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Yeah. He enjoys all of the critters. Here is a recent pic of the jcp. Doesn't do her colors justice. She is so beautiful with her vibrant yellow and velvet black.

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Yeah. He enjoys all of the critters. Here is a recent pic of the jcp. Doesn't do her colors justice. She is so beautiful with her vibrant yellow and velvet black.
Now that I'm in my New house I was thinking of building a tree python enclosure. My body use to breed cobras a few years back and I got rid of my last couple snakes about 4 years ago : / ...she's gorgeous though
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Yeah. He enjoys all of the critters. Here is a recent pic of the jcp. Doesn't do her colors justice. She is so beautiful with her vibrant yellow and velvet black.
Wow that is a pretty snake! I'm not usually a snake person but she looks amazing!! At my schools aquarium club we take care of a corn snake called Chester and another snake called Julius Squeezer (is my ex science teacher hilarious or what??)
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