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ID-Quiz for Fun !!
Each week we post some new pictures here on the Listening
Guide for this week's show, and we leave the names off.
It will be a good exercise for you to try to identify the
item in each picture. Some pictures will probably be easy to
identify, but others will probably be difficult. Tom and
Nevin will identify each picture during the first few
minutes of this show.
Ronnie from Missouri, who now lives in Texas, calls and says he used to live in Missouri but now lives in San Antonio, Texas. He talks about keeping fish outdoors during the summer and says the fish get much more intense colors. ;^ }
Ronnie sent us an Email after the show saying, "Here is the pair of Albino Angels (shown n the picture just above) I was talking about, after the show they spawned again, I pulled them instead of the eggs as I'm waiting on some heaters to come in the mail, so by leaving the eggs in the tank the temp stayed the same, anyway just thought i would put a pic to the fish lol, anyway keep the great work up, Ronnie.
Gareth in the UK calls and says it's been a slow week with his fish, but he did go on a wild goose chase, which reminded Tom and Nevin of a wild goose chase they took long ago to Mount Palomar to get special water for their fish from a mountain spring. ;^ }
Kathleen in Clovis near Fresno, California, calls and talks about her Peacock Gudgeons, which she's breeding. The babies eat newly hatched baby brine shrimp and some tiny pellet food. She also talks about the environment and says each of us is responsible and should not just leave the job to someone else like the scientists. Tom and Nevin agree. ;^ }
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