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Old 01-09-2007, 09:42 PM   #1
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You do realize that posting pics like this does nothing to soothe my ego right.

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absolutely beautiful picture. WOW

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Fabulous photo!!
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Beautiful picture! My Africans gather at the front of the tank like that wanting to eat, but I don't have a camera that will take good clear pictures like that! I wish I did.
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I need to get a picture for you guys. Whenever my fish see me in the room, near the tank, they sit under the hood. When I pop open the hood, there are nine fish sitting there. It's kind of creepy.
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Mine get all excited when i come home from work, then when they hear the fish food drawer open they go into overdrive. They like to ham for the camera, too, but I can't get my camera to take pics like that either!

I think in my next life I'd like to be a fish in Travis's tank!
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Old 01-11-2007, 06:36 PM   #9
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Angels and africans drive me nuts 'cause they are always begging for food.

Just SWIM AROUND, people!!!! Peck at plants, play with each other, and report to be fed when it's feeding time. And no, it's not always feeding time.

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Great pic Travis, my africans do that too. I call it feeding frenzy time. You captured that perfectly with that photo.

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