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post #21 of 49 (permalink) Old 10-17-2012, 11:06 AM
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I use my old 1/2 gallon tanks to remove my fish when I have to trim my plants. They are too nosy for me to use any type of blade while they are swimming around my hands. XD

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post #22 of 49 (permalink) Old 10-17-2012, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
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ugh tell me about it!! lol. I tried to siphon a female's tank and she decided to check it out and she got sucked against it She was fine. Had a ring mark on her side though

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I have one of those .5 gallon tanks like Randy's, it holds worms wor my Axolotls. XD

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Nice!! xD

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LEECHES!! During the summer I catch leeches from my local pond and keep them in my .5. weird, I know, but I can't help myself.

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I have one of those .5 gallon tanks like Randy's, it holds worms for my Axolotls. XD
Lucky! I wish I had axolotls.
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haha I had a 6 inch leech in a 20 gallon project. Bugger always darted towards me during feeding time I was NOT the food

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I'm not an easily grossed out person, but a leech making a beline for any part of my body would freak me out. XD

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I have the same .5 gallon, actually 2 of them, I aquired them a while when I rescued a couple from a friend that was clueless on betta care.

Right now one is holding odds and ends, and the other is what I use when i prune leaves from my tank. Sometimes I use them for QT if my other larger QT tanks are being used, and was considering getting some moss balls and using them for my ghost shrimps if I notice eggs on them.

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that is a good idea :)

snowysurface, yeah, whenever he tried to make me into supper, I usually freaked out "don't you dare you blood sucking thing!"

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