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Fish in the News. Each week the Bailey Brothers start the Pet Fish Talk Show with some fun and interesting stories about fish in the news.
A Video by ciclideafricane
Malawi Cichlids - Cyrtocara Moori
Click on the white triangle ► in the image, shown above, to watch this video. Click here to see the original larger video on Vimeo. These fish are also called Blue Dolphin Haps. Tom and Nevin will talk about this video and these fish in the next live Pet Fish Talk Show. Don't miss it. Better yet, if these fish interest you, call and talk about them during the show.
Video of Discus Spawning from Robert in NJ.
Click on the dark triangle ► in the image, shown above, to watch long time listener Roberts's video of his Discus Fish spawning in his aquarium. Click here to see the original slightly larger video on YouTube. Congratulations, Robert!
Links to "Fish in the News" from Robert in NJ.
Hi Tom and Nevin, Here is this week’s fish in the news. Your friend, Robert In NJ.
Special thanks, as usual, to Jourdan in Connecticut for emailing us these links.
Callers during this Show
Eli from Hemet, California, calls and talks about his 80-gallon aquarium, and about a friend's aquariums that has not been cleaned in a long time.
Josh from Ohio calls and says he has a bloated Angelfish.
Jay from Indiana, calls and says his Celestial Pearl Danios have spawned, and he as fry.
Robert in New Jersey calls and says he's interested in the new Hi-Q Zero Water Exchange system for aquariums.
Dennis from Spokane talks about converting his Molly tank to keeping fancy goldfish.
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