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Old 08-22-2011, 09:29 AM   #21
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A shark. But hopefully that changes soon! My friends and I are thinking of using a big kiddie pool to use to keep a bonnet head shark.
You and your friends might want to cut back on the drinking and thinking.LOL

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Old 08-22-2011, 02:09 PM   #22
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Aquaman. aquaman. He's gotta be in a acrylic tank though so he doesn't try to bust out
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Old 08-22-2011, 02:16 PM   #23
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Queen angelfish! I saw some in the Bahamas. I think you could buy them somewhere.
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Old 08-22-2011, 02:25 PM   #24
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Queen angelfish! I saw some in the Bahamas. I think you could buy them somewhere.
But you can only have the one queen angel, they fight.

I want a fat green dragonette. One that eats regular fish food.
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Old 08-22-2011, 02:50 PM   #25
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But you can only have the one queen angel, they fight.

I want a fat green dragonette. One that eats regular fish food.

Don't we all? LOL Mine is on her way though at least.
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Old 08-22-2011, 02:52 PM   #26
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Great white shark for me. Or an endangered arowana
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Old 08-22-2011, 02:58 PM   #27
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But you can only have the one queen angel, they fight.

I want a fat green dragonette. One that eats regular fish food.
I didn't know they fight, but it doesn't matter because probably never getting one!
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Old 08-22-2011, 03:02 PM   #28
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You guys are coming up with some crazy fish! LOL I thought I had high aspirations with a purple tang or a black one! hehe If only they werent like $200 and $1000 each I would for sure get one.
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Haha Carey gotta think bout your dream fish, unless a blue or black tang is your dream fish. I'm thinking bout like $10000 fish
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I was watching that new show Tanked. They do fish only, but it was kind of horrifying watching $300 angel fish being thrown into city water with fresh salt added, maybe there is more behind the scenes than that. In my years of diving, I have seen queen angels every now and then. Always exciting, but frankly, I would hate to see one in a tank.
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I think I may just be more realistic. lol The pruple tang might become a reality one day if I can part with the money. But that would be years down the line from now. I don't ever expect to get a black tang unless I hit the lottery and even then it would sting spending that much money on a fish. i was beside myself when i lost a couple hundred $$ worth of fish in my 125g holocaust a few months back.
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I was watching that new show Tanked. They do fish only, but it was kind of horrifying watching $300 angel fish being thrown into city water with fresh salt added, maybe there is more behind the scenes than that. In my years of diving, I have seen queen angels every now and then. Always exciting, but frankly, I would hate to see one in a tank.
I was just talking to my coworkers about how they just setup a tank and throw fish in there today. I can't watch that show it give me the worst case of tank envy.
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Haha yea you are the more realistic 1.
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I was just talking to my coworkers about how they just setup a tank and throw fish in there today. I can't watch that show it give me the worst case of tank envy.

I havent caught that show yet, but is that what they really do? Just add fish to a tank with no other precautions? cause if thats true, thats just great.....now all sorts of fish will be subject to the same advice from a stupid tv show.

I may have to tivo it once and see what its all about
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Thats what it looks like. Hopefully they are not showing everything
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Someone should talk to the show people. Millions watching for advice on how to set up a tank, when all their getting is how not to set up a tank. they need help
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I think I may just be more realistic. lol The pruple tang might become a reality one day if I can part with the money. But that would be years down the line from now. I don't ever expect to get a black tang unless I hit the lottery and even then it would sting spending that much money on a fish. i was beside myself when i lost a couple hundred $$ worth of fish in my 125g holocaust a few months back.
I had problems with purple tanks coming in with ICH.
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I was just talking to my coworkers about how they just setup a tank and throw fish in there today. I can't watch that show it give me the worst case of tank envy.
There's a new fish show called tanked?? What channel is it on? I'm gonna record it even if they give bad advice.
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My friend caught a queen angelfish, French angelfish, and all these cool animals when he was diving, but they all got wiped out by ich.... So sad
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THAT IS THE COOLEST LOOKING FISH EVER!!!! I'm going to go buy 2.
good luck as far as i know they are only two in captivity lol
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