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Old 08-01-2013, 11:56 PM   #1
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My dragon goby and friends

Here are a few pics of my VGD, 2 black fin sharks, and 2 of the orange chromides, and you'll see some mollies in there too!
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Old 08-02-2013, 02:13 AM   #2
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Whoa, he is too cool!
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The sharks are cool. It's nice to see someone keeping them in a tank with the proper salinity
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When I first got the goby I had no clue. They told me he was freshwater, ate other fishes and was aggressive. Took me 2 days to noticed he wasn't happy. Did some research and got my eyes opened. Went and got him his own tank, added some mollies, a pair of sharks, and some chromides to help keep the mollies in check. Boy did he get fat and happy! At night under the blue lights I will see him swimming all over the tank. Floating on the bubbles and just enjoying himself.
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Now that's a cool fish! And kudos to you for re-homing him.
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