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Monty the Rainbow Shark?
After the Pet Fish Talk show on Wednesday one of Tom's two Rainbow Sharks swam out toward Tom, who snapped this picture. We like to have names for our fish. This fish seems like a male. We are thinking about naming it Monty, but what if it's a female? How do we determine the gender of Rainbow Sharks? Some sites say the male's anal fin has a black trim. This fish's anal fin is now totally black. There's a second Rainbow Shark in the same aquarium, and that fish has a lighter color in the body and an anal fin with a bit of black trim, as shown in the picture just below.
This Clown Loach is one of a group of eight that live in Tom's Angelfish Aquarium. So far it's very difficult to tell them apart, so it seems useless to give them names, but maybe later they will be recognizable and get names. They're plump, colorful, and very energetic. You're welcome to call during any show and talk with Tom and Nevin about their pet fish, about your pet fish, or about any pet fish.
Big Blue Bob is Looking Good Again.
As usual Bob swims out to have his picture taken as soon as Tom shows up with the camera in his hand. But Bob did not say thank you to all the listeners, who have recently sent emails phrasing his photos.
The picture just above shows Tré swimming out from is favorite pile of cichlid Stones to see who's getting close to his territory.
Tré sees the camera and takes a closer look to see who's trying to take his picture, then he turns and quickly swims away as shown just below.
Later Tré was back energetically guarding his favorite pile of Cichlid Stones.
About an hour later Tan, an orange colored male so-called Red Zebra got inside Tré 's favorite Cichlid Stone, shown just above, and
Tré tried to evict Tan by dive bombing him repeatedly, as shown above.
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