"Hi Tom and Nevin, Its Andy from the UK checking in again and as promised I have another Illustration for you, this time of a Black Lace Angelfish. I hope he goes down as well as Big Blue Bob did. If anyone has any suggestions on what I might do next (even if it is just to keep myself amused) then let me know.
"P.S. Have you thought about having a comments section at the bottom of the page for each show? Then maybe listeners who cannot call-in or couldn't get through could leave comments, questions about the show or perhaps discuss the FITN for that week with each other? I have no idea how difficult that would be to implement but I thought it could be worth a mention. Regards, Andy."
Email from Paul in Rochdale in the UK
Shown, just above, are two pictures sent to us from Paul in Rochdale, near Manchester in the UK. The top picture shows an outside view of his green fish-house, which Paul built from scratch. The climate can be cold there, so this fish house is well insulated. The second picture shows one of the big fish racks and some of the aquariums in Paul's fish house.
Paul has bred many species of fish from Lakes Malawi and Tanganyika in East Africa. Best of all, Paul promises to try to call the live Pet Fish Talk show. Generally from outside the US dial 00-1-877-823-6217. This call should be toll free, but if you dial from a cell-phone, you will be charged for the cell-phone minutes.
A New Picture of Tro
A Cherry Spot Tropheus moorii living in one of Tom's aquariums. Tro's ancestors lived along the shore near Bulu Point on the east side of Lake Tanganyika in East Africa.
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