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This Week's Video
This week's video shows a beautiful, healthy, energetic Copper Banded Butterfly. This is a saltwater fish that's not recommended for new saltwater aquarists or to new saltwater aquariums. But it is a fish to look forward to keeping, when your knowledge has grown and your aquarium has matured. Tom and Nevin will probably talk about this fish and this video during this weeks Pet Fish Talk Show. You are invited to call during the show and talk about this fish, this aquarium, or anything else fishy. Click here to buy a wide variety of saltwater fish.
Fish in the News from Dan in St. Louis,
where it's been snowing.
"Pepper is looking for the pond." One look at this picture of Bonnie's back yard gave Tom the chills, and he had to immediately lie down and take a long nap. Will the snow ever melt in Iowa?
Callers during this Show
Ronnie from Missouri calls and asks about using quartz sleeves in UV-sterilizers in his fish room.
Rebekah from West Virginia calls and says that she recently got her drivers license!, that she graduated from high school, that she is attending Father Guido Sarducci's 5-minute University on YouTube, that she still writing prose and poetry, and that she still has her aquarium. She first called about 5-years ago, and it was wonderful to hear her voice again.
Brad from Michigan called and asked if it is safe to feed worms to his fish.
Dave from Kansas calls and asks about Ramirezi Cichlids then says his Kribensis cichlids have spawned and raised about 25-babies.
Evan from Colorado says he's going to become a certified scuba diver and go diving in Hawaii.
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