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Aquatic plants. The Petunias died on impact.
#11
RE: Aquatic plants. The Petunias died on impact.
OMG...What a vibrant, charming and gorgeous fishie. Just breathtaking.
I want him....I want him, I want him, I want him! 

I demand that his caretaker give him to me posthaste, so I can see to it that he lives as the king he is.


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#12
RE: Aquatic plants. The Petunias died on impact.
(April 10, 2019 at 1:56 am)Thena323 Wrote: OMG...What a vibrant, charming and gorgeous fishie. Just breathtaking.
I want him....I want him, I want him, I want him! 

I demand that his caretaker give him to me posthaste, so I can see to it that he lives as the king he is.



Wouldn't make above a mouthful, not after he was gutted and filleted.


Boru
Ignorance is never valid grounds for the rejection of established facts.
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#13
RE: Aquatic plants. The Petunias died on impact.
Queen Atlanna would eat it.
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#14
RE: Aquatic plants. The Petunias died on impact.
(April 10, 2019 at 1:56 am)Thena323 Wrote: OMG...What a vibrant, charming and gorgeous fishie. Just breathtaking.
I want him....I want him, I want him, I want him! 

I demand that his caretaker give him to me posthaste, so I can see to it that he lives as the king he is.



I'm sure that's the first one I've seen, absolutely gorgeous. Jar aquariums can be pretty for a short stay but I wouldn't feel comfortable having anything in there for longer than a few weeks.
That video was beautifully shot I thought it was going to be some sort of trick.
It's amazing 'science' always seems to 'find' whatever it is funded for, and never the oppsite. Drich.
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RE: Aquatic plants. The Petunias died on impact.
(April 10, 2019 at 9:47 am)Succubus Wrote:
(April 10, 2019 at 1:56 am)Thena323 Wrote: OMG...What a vibrant, charming and gorgeous fishie. Just breathtaking.
I want him....I want him, I want him, I want him! 

I demand that his caretaker give him to me posthaste, so I can see to it that he lives as the king he is.


I'm sure that's the first one I've seen, absolutely gorgeous. Jar aquariums can be pretty for a short stay but I wouldn't feel comfortable having anything in there for longer than a few weeks.
That video was beautifully shot I thought it was going to be some sort of trick.

I actually kept my first Betta in similar sun tea jar (mine was bigger) for a few weeks after I rescued him from a ridiculously small, filthy vase that had chewing gum and goddamned ink pen in it. It was a spur-of-the-moment fishnapping sort of situation, so I had to improvise with the set up. The poor fella had a bad case of ick and fin rot, and maybe velvet; It could've been the rot that was affecting his scales though, I'm not sure.

Anyway, the jar was great in the interim for nursing him back to health and he seemed quite happy in it. Relative to where he'd been living, it was probably like the Four Seasons. But once his health was fully restored I upgraded to a 6 gallon tank.

IMO, folks could do definitely do worse than tea jars, but Bettas really need more room to stretch out. 5 gallons is the absolute smallest I would suggest for housing a lone Betta, and I would recommend no less than 10 for a Betta with a few smaller companions.
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#16
RE: Aquatic plants. The Petunias died on impact.
Kissing Gourami. 

They're mouths are lined with sharp, tiny teeth.They kiss other fish, as an act of dominance and aggression. 
Heh heh...real capo-like.

Surprisingly, these "made" fish get quite large. Up to a foot long.

Juvenile:




Adult:


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#17
RE: Aquatic plants. The Petunias died on impact.
Yes, I've bought some beautiful fish prior to researching the things.

The Golden Shark.
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Isn't he just lovely. The mass protest that followed wasn't, the fuckers are territorial.
The Gouramis were at the glass clutching their pearls:
'Excuse us but shouldn't we be consulted regarding the introduction of aggressive species into our society?'

The Pandas were in a corner trying to hide up each others arses asking to be fed via a tube so they wouldn't need to venture out.

Eric, the fish speaker for the neon gang was rather more blunt:
'You see that ghastly ponce hiding in the trees? Well this time tomorrow those beautiful blue curtains of his will be ripped to shards'.



Shortly after this exchange, Goldenballs died.
It's amazing 'science' always seems to 'find' whatever it is funded for, and never the oppsite. Drich.
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RE: Aquatic plants. The Petunias died on impact.
(April 9, 2019 at 12:02 pm)Gawdzilla Sama Wrote: #1 requirement: Alcohol content.

#2 thru #9: Who cares.

Rule 3 - no puftas.

Rule 4 - There is no rule 4.

Rule 5 - no puftas.
I don't know whether I need a bottle in front of me or a frontal lobotomy. Diablo
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