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Photo Caption: Bought this Picky little fart about a month ago he didn't eat for about three and a half weeks he finally ate some blood worms. He is very hard to feed my other fish eat so fast nothing ever has time to sink to the bottom.
freshwater fish - puntius sachsii - gold barb stocking in 10 gallons tank - Bought this Picky little fart about a month ago he didn't eat for about three and a half weeks he finally ate some blood worms. He is very hard to feed my other fish eat so fast nothing ever has time to sink to the bottom.
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - one Parrot Fish, four gold fish, one blue dragon goby, 2 bottom feeders,

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Country: Canada
Description: Aqua-tech 10 gallon tank,
Advice: Don't Have a a half gravel half sand tank its looks good a first buts just way to messy after about 2 days.
Fish Kept: one Parrot Fish, four gold fish, one blue dragon goby, 2 bottom feeders,
Corals/Plants: All fake
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: 'The biggest thing i miss losing is losing my mind" Ozzy Ozborn
About Yourself: Just Starting out as a fish tank enthusiast

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he's a nice picky little fart though! lol :) fish avatar

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