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One Eyed Jack224 viewsI discovered the missing eye long after I got him home. He does not seem impaired in any way.
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The tank :)694 viewsThis is our budding 80g you can see the Angelfish there on the side and a few others..We like it lots :) Thats an onion plant there in the middle..and 2 apono plants as well all others are plastic :) lol1 comments
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188 viewsHere's Mom, you can sorta kinda see the eggs in the java fern leaf coming in from the right. See them there in the cup of the leaf? Blurry, I know.
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Taking inventory200 viewsHere's Dad checking out the eggs. See them, blurry, on the java fern leaf? I have not gotten any good shots of the eggs yet.
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181 viewsHere's Dad struttin' his stuff, watching over those evil enemies, the Rasboras. The Rasboras are allowed the top few inches of the tank, but that's it! The eggs are in the burned out java fern leaf you see coming in from the right.
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Knight Goby248 viewsIt if very hard to get a picture of these Gobies because they are night creatures and rarely are seen during the day. Here's a nasty look he's giving me after I cleaned the tank and disturbed him!! LOL
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10 Gal. No Tech Endler Tank447 viewsAdded more plants and fish since Tom Barrs Chat. I seem to have the algae under control! Thanks Tom!!
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My new Albino Pair259 viewsIf you look closely in the top left, you will see my lone survivor from my original 4 Cories. I added 2 more just like him last weekend, so they all have company :)
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Front View with Corny Sign185 viewsI couldn't resist adding the corny "No Fishing" sign. This photo was taken about a month after planting. You can see the crypts taking on a more reddish hue and elongated leaves, as opposed to the oval green leaves they had when initially planted.
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T. Bythobates 55 gallon673 viewsNEW! Not completed, need to add more onion plants (the only plants they won't eat!) Driftwood and large Coral Rocks are from the Ocean found off the Grassy Keys, Fl. It is hard to see in this picture but there are 2 coconut caves and many rock caves for breeding. The fish swim in and out of the entire maze of rockwork all day long.
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Reid Park Zoo Polar Bear137 viewsThis is a wet polar bear eating a fish-cicle. It was over a hundred degrees out, but he looked pretty comfortable in his shady cave with his snack. Polar bears actually have black skin under their white fur. When they're wet, you can see the skin through the fur, like you can in this picture.
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Reid Park Zoo Turtle123 viewsThis was the fasted I have ever seen a turtle move- it was cruising right along, on it's way to join the four other turtles elsewhere in the exhibit. They've worn a path from their consistant and frequent wanderings to the watering hole.
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