Fighty's new home :) He is transitioning nicely, I think he may be a bit overwhelmed at the moment, he is kinda just looking around in shock, lol! (Maybe he can't believe that all this is his new home?) I think he is also frustrated by the fact that he can't get to his bubbles, poor little guy! I set his tank for a nice, balmy 80, do you think that is a good temp?
I was actually kind of worried that he might get stuck in the cave... I mean, the opening is plenty big enough for him to swim through, and the inside is hollowed out, so he should be able to get back out again with no problems. It's just that it's dark in there, and I don't want him to freak out and not be able to find his way out or something... Do you think I need to worry about that?
Oh, and I was also wondering, I'm posting links to my photos that are on Flickr. Are the photos too big? Should I make them smaller? I don't want to annoy anyone with big pics, but I like to show the detail :) Just let me know if they are, and I will make them smaller.
For dial up users such as myself Hugh pictures are a killer....
you can still have big pictures if you downsize the actual kb size of your pictures.
just a thought, high speed users don't mind I'm sure :)
I got some more plants; I hope I didn't go overboard (did I?). I put up a sponge to block some of the flow from the filter, and toned down the air bubbles some, to slow any current. And I let the fish out of the bag :) Fighty is checking out his new tank, but mostly flaring in the one corner (the corner near the thermometer, but not at the thermometer). I put up a piece of paper, and he still flared. I colored random squiggles on it, and he still flared. I opened the curtains in the room, and he stopped for a little while, and went back to that corner and is still flaring. Any suggestions? Or do you think he's just still getting used to the new digs?
Fighty was flaring at the reflection of the thermometer on the side of the tank, lol :) I took out the thermometer for right now, and he is doing fine, exploring and such. (He still occassionally checks that corner for the "other" fish though, hehe!)