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This Week's Pet Fish Video
This week's video shows a beautiful, healthy, energetic Queen Angelfish. This is a saltwater fish that's not recommended for new saltwater aquarists. But it is a fish to look forward to keeping, when your knowledge has grown and your aquarium has matured. The fish shown above is about 10" long and could grow to be 18", when it will need a very large aquarium. 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.
Hello from snowy PA. I have been keeping tropical fish for more than 25 yrs. I am amazed by the sheer variety of topics that you both discuss during your radio show. Well done!! My favorite fish in our fish room are Angels, we have been breeding Angels and Discus for a little over 6 years now , I am still fascinated by the behavior of the pairs during the spawn. (We never tire of this.)
We currently have 40+ tanks in our Fish room containing a wide variety of Blackwater fish ranging from Angels to Plecos. We also have four Grandchildren that help us with the maintenance and feedings since we average 2000 fry per month (Discus, Angels & BN Plecos.) Keep up the good work!! Attached are a few pics of our fish PopPopsFish (John from Pa.)
PS . Our Grandchildren now request that we play your show when they are working in the fish room :)
Pictures, shown above, from Myron from Iowa
I have been taking a few pictures myself, Pete the plecostomus, has been very photogenic and stands still for my camera, but his spots are blurry even in real life. The other is Oscar the Otocinclus, it has been more reclusive, nibbling on the log a few times a day. By the way I did grow that tree by myself in my garden, it is a mulberry tree, it took about a month to sink. I set my camera to take a photo every 5 minutes, all day long at iso400 and 1/8 second. Yours Truly, Myron from Iowa.
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Antonio from New Orleans
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Bo from Sacramento
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