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Old 03-18-04, 12:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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New meaning of fishing?





Was funnier IRL.
i was cleaning the dragon tank, and on top of it is a betta bowl, which I had to move down to the floor while I cleaned.
It was sleepy time so I put the dragons in an open container cuz they were cool so not very active.

Kiyomi caught glimpse of the fish, next thing I know, she's banging her head off the betta bowl, as she tried to eat my fish. LOL. The other dragons joined in soon after they saw her.
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Old 03-18-04, 12:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That's like my dog and my brother's guinea pig. My dog is a miniature schnauzer, a bred ratter dog. He is a purebred and in the past this breed was made for digging down in rat(any rodent) holes and pulling them out. So, not much difference in his eyes between a rat and a guinea pig. He is becoming more accustomed to it though, they both seem to like one another now.

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lol ha ha thats funny

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Too funny....my cockatoo does that with my kitchen bichir tank.
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BicherAddict you need to talk to the REAL Bicheraddict or Toirtis. He is the only guy I know that owns more than I ever did LOL Bichers & Ropefish are orginally responsible for my current condition GONE SNAKEE! that is LOL Mark
P.S. how many Bichers you have right now Christian? 40? 50? LOL
P.P.S. Any Bicher fans that don't already know the book "Jurassic Fishes" is the ultimate.
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BicherAddict you need to talk to the REAL Bicheraddict or Toirtis. He is the only guy I know that owns more than I ever did LOL Bichers & Ropefish are orginally responsible for my current condition GONE SNAKEE! that is LOL Mark
P.S. how many Bichers you have right now Christian? 40? 50? LOL
P.P.S. Any Bicher fans that don't already know the book "Jurassic Fishes" is the ultimate.
Thanks, and but of course I've already "met" Christian. Got one of his bichirs too
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I figured as much LOL do you have the book I mentioned? It is a wicked reference for those not so common fish that we seem to like UMMMMM Carnivorous LOL Cheers Mark
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Yeppers Love that book. Some amazing photography. I have to wipe the drool from my chin everytime I'm into that one.

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46, actually....and just wait until my book comes out.
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Toirtis, Gonesnakee - is there an Alberta bichir club I could join?

I've haven't seen toirtis' yet, but gonesnakee's got some real nice set ups and cool fish.

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aww thats a cute pic. hes a curious beardie huh lol.
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Pretty good guess eh Christian LOL Oh & I love your Avatar BTW
Ryan, I got rid of my big Delhezi & my Chinese Snakehead (they are at other buddies), but have a couple Ornates & a Senegal growing up along with some Ropefish etc. Kyle's got similar stuff on the go again also.
Bicheraddict how many do you currently have?
Maybe we do need a Jurassic Fishes Club LOL Mark
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Well, there are a few English forum sites that deal with bichirs, amongst other fish, one polypterus mailing-list at Yahoo, and one bichir-specific forum that I am a mod on.
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I'm just in the minor leagues right now. I have 5 senegals ( 3m 2 f) and 1f palmas polli. I did have a sweet lil delhezi, till it decided to commit suicide via the leap o' death

Mark: are you over on ATA? I have a few pics up in the preds, as well, it may be the more appropriate board for bichir braggers
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