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discussion thread-Goldfish and Snails: Is it worth the risk?

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by msjinkzd, May 24, 2009.

  1. msjinkzd

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    I agree, most harassment I have witnessed in my tanks happens when the fish are not aware of my presence. they act like eager puppies in my presence, but when I am hidden from view, or in the dark, the seem like different creatures. I frequently switch on a flashlight only to catch something doing something I wouldn't expect. Like the time I caught an amano shrimp eating a live crystal red shrimp like corn on the cob. Amanos and CRS are supposedly compatible, but this proved otherwise to me.
     
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    dpenguinfish Pwnd by a goldfish. GOLDFISH FTW!!!

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    thanks for a helpful artical
     
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    Thanks penguin! It's really important, before risking the safety of your livestock, to do thorough and detailed research. Unfortunately the nature of the internet is such, that sometimes you can get really bad advice from seemingly trustworthy sources. Remember folks, always check your sources, and make sure you wait more than a few days before passing judgment on whether or not a particular combination works.
     
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    Ptrick125 Learning a lot everyday

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    I can imagine a goldfish flying around an aquarium with a snail halfway sticking out of its anus!


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