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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-29-2012, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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Weirdest thing ever

The weirdest thing ever happened this morning. I woke up with TDP out of the breeding trap and into the main tank. I have no idea how long he was out there but he didn't attack Taz or anything. I thought I would see a dead Taz O.o

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Reminds me when Maine decided to be a magician and breach the border! He was all in Spartan's face and poor ol' Spartan was so shocked >< But no one attacked nor got hurt o.o

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Lol, I guess TDP is a sweetheart but I didn't chance it and put him back before covering the top with a CD case.

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good! Lol. As much as some fish "get along" or "love each other" people are risking their fish's health and cause stress because of their own emotions or what they see through human eyes. I see it so often I feel bad for the fish.

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I am using TDP's tank as a hospital tank to make sure my mollies are healthy enough to go into the main tank. I put my new bristlenose and mystery snail in with Romeo and he likes nibbling on his shell lol

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My poor snail endured the best and worse of my bettas Eventually "Gary" the apple snail was murdered by Madame. What a meanie D: since then I can never find apple snails -.- But currently I have a "who knows what it is" snail. That's growing big o_o he came with an imported plant, from a "snail-free" tank

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Gary passed away from me doing a huge water change and my other died from a brittle shell.

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yikes! How do you avoid them getting a brittle shell? None of mine ever had that problem. And I now have great pond snails, nerite, and this random one o.o


I find it funny most people's snails are GARY

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I bought some eco calcium marine which can be used for snails

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Hmmm I've never had that problem. Then again my water may have more calcium? All I know is there's a lot of calcium deposits on stuff I pull out

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