Thanks again to Robert in New Jersey, who sent us an email with these links to Fish in the News.
An Email from Conor in Ireland
Hi, My name is Conor I live in Armagh, Northern Ireland, I love your show it keeps my mind active as I work the long night shift. I keep hours of your shows packed onto my iPod. I was listening to your show a few weeks back and I think it was Nevin speaking about if he had to add a new aquarium what fish he would add which he stated he would go for a Eartheater please find enclosed photo of my fully grown Eartheater. Keep up the good work guys, Conor, N. Ireland
Shown above is a picture of one of Tom's chubby Clown Loaches and a nice lean Rainbow Shark. Both of these fish live in Tom's so-called Angelfish Aquarium.
Tro is growing bigger and more colorful.
Tro, shown above, now lives in the 29-gallon that Big Blue Bob lived in for many weeks. I miss Big Blue Bob, but Tro is a wonderful fish too, and he tries to make up for Big Blue Bob.
Clown Loaches Quarrelling
This picture, taken just yesterday, shows Tom's biggest Clown Loach, which is now over 4-inches (10-centimeters) long, in front in the picture, quarrelling with another smaller Clown Loach. Both fish changed colors. When they quarreled, both kept their mouths wide open often biting at each other, sometimes exposing the barbs under their eyes, and locking mouths occasionally. Tom had never seen Clown Loaches do this before. There is always lots of new things to see, when you watch an aquarium.
Male Ramirezi Cichlid
As the Clown Loaches quarreled, this beautiful male Ramirezi Cichlid, who lives in the same 55-gallon aquarium, would brighten his colors and swim into the middle of the quarrel with his fins sticking out from his body.
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