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RE: Help making tank safe please

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Posted by: Danny Conner at Thu Mar 4 13:24:03 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Danny Conner ]  
   

I think most people that keep fish in their enclosure do it more for looks. Hopefully. My point with fish is if your feeding pinkies and your caiman is shy. Do you know if he ate the pink or did he knock it off the rock into the water and the fish ate it.
I guess I just like to keep a close eye on them. And to be honest your ponds for your adults are natural mine are not.
Your adults actually have a chance of hiding if not totally at least partially. Mine don't. I think mine need to get use to the fact that they can be seen and just get over it.
I've had about 8 palps and 3 trigs so I'm certainly no expert.
I like the big guys to.
I do have a female salt.
She is growing at what I would call a very moderate rate. To be honest I am a little disappointed. I mean she looks great I just expected her to be bigger. Maybe I keep comparing her to the male who has exceeding all expectations. In fact yesterday I was feeding some smaller guys and for the first time this year he acted interested. Of course by interested I mean he flew into the water and then attacked the fence at the end of his enclosure.
Sending all the little guys scurrying in terror as a giant wave flooded their basking area. There is a reason why his name is Tsunami.LOL
D.C.


   

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