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Old 10-13-2012, 12:51 AM   #1 
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Old 10-13-2012, 03:30 AM   #2 
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I love your tanks!!! They all look like little forests!!
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Old 10-13-2012, 03:32 AM   #3 
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Thanks XD the big ones the ony true tank. another's the jar and the rest are plants, some are aquatic plants being grown emmersed :D

can you find the ghost shrimp? ;)
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I agree with Candice! I love your set up. I wish I could do that much with plants. That pearl and blue betta you have his eyes are so big and charming.
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Old 10-14-2012, 01:41 AM   #5 
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I love it! your little shrimps are so cute too!
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Thanks guys!
I have to say that the shrimps Kuro ate were cuter! lol!
I wosh I had more room... in my room! lol
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Always a joy to see your tanks and bowls, Aokashi.

I love the overall effect of them clustered like that, it really is a little bit of nature indoors. :)

Also, Kuro is a stunner these days, all grown up! And the plakat's to die for.
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Always a joy to see your tanks and bowls, Aokashi.

I love the overall effect of them clustered like that, it really is a little bit of nature indoors. :)

Also, Kuro is a stunner these days, all grown up! And the plakat's to die for.
It's always nice to have you drop by with those compliments ^_^

Kuro's non healing tail is probably affected by the harder water, but I doubt he really cares about the aesthetics of his tail... so I've stopped worryin over it.

It's gettinf cold, so I began pulling the plants and jars from my window sill where it leaks a cold draft and culddle everythig closer to the tank light.
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