Photo #2 - Huma Huma Triggerfish My Picasso Triggerfish &...

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Photo Caption: Huma huma triggerfish My picasso triggerfish "Bubba" I no longer have this fish. After he took a chunk out of my finger I made the hard decision to sell him. I still miss him though....one of the few fish that I still think of.
freshwater fish - heros severus x amphilophus citrinellum - blood parrot - My blood parrot "Pinky". She's a King Kong parrot and about 10" in length. She's also 8 years old now. At the moment she lives in a 55g but will be upgrading to the 75g soon. Absolutely vicious fish. I adore her!!
saltwater fish - rhinecanthus aculeatus - humu picasso triggerfish - Huma huma triggerfish My picasso triggerfish "Bubba" I no longer have this fish. After he took a chunk out of my finger I made the hard decision to sell him. I still miss him though....one of the few fish that I still think of.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Advice: Be a keeper of water first....
About Yourself: I have 5 tanks right now. 1 saltwater and 4 freshwater. I am unfortunately in the process of reducing the number of tanks I have. Earlier this year I had 8 and am now down to 5. Thinking of selling off my saltwater tank now...

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