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Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by chickenraiser24, Apr 9, 2016.

  1. chickenraiser24

    chickenraiser24 Chirping

    Aug 15, 2015
    Hi guys! [​IMG] Here, You can post pictures and talk about your fish.

    Here is a picture of my fish ( sorry for the bad quality.)

    My poor fish is battling a bad case of ich at the moment.

    Have fun talking about your fish!

  2. Rabbitlover1

    Rabbitlover1 In the Brooder

    Mar 20, 2016
    Some were on this earth.
    I've got 5 African Cichlids ,a catfish and a chines algae eater in one tank(38 gallons I believe). the biggest one is about 3-4 inches. Their names are Bumblebee,a bumble bee cichlid named after the transformer he is also the biggest,(I didn't pick my little brother did) Optimus, I think he's a col bolt cichlid or some thing like that, Nemo, a zebra cichlid(we think it's a girl though) Wish, also a zebra cichlid just a different kind, Skiddle, forgot what he is,Mr whiskers,a cat fish and Nibbles the mouse, the algae eater(although his name changes a lot),we had two others but we think Bumble bee killed them.

    These fish are very weird, you see we gave them sand in their tank and they are constantly making big piles of it and causing their rocks to collapse ,Optimus is the main fish that does this but their all at fault. Skiddles is by far the weirdest,every day several times he dies. Yes you heard that right he dies,this is what happens. Long story short, we found him laying on the bottom one day and thought he was sick and wasn't going to make it. Well it was time to feed the fish so we did, and you know what happened,he came aka back to life ate some food and went back to dying. Now he does this every day. He'll ether float near the fillter and act like he is dying or he will literately lay down on these plants and just site there. We also have these little river fish in a 5 gallon tank.

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