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Platys Eating Premium Fish Food Flakes.
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Shown just above an Upside Down Catfish.
This is another new fish in Tom's 29-gallon aquarium. Nevin brought just one. It hides a lot but comes out to eat and seems to be doing well. They do swim around upside down most of the time, as shown in this picture, where you can see the barbules around it's mouth. This is a fun fish that's highly recommended.
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Shown just above A young mature female Sunset Wag Platy.
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Shown just above A young mature female Red Wag Platy. Click here to buy Platys just like these.
Just above are two pictures of ... Tom's new Zodiac Loach, which is sometimes called a Batik Loach.
I had read on other web sites that this fish is quite shy and hides a lot. Whoever wrote that must not have watched this species very carefully. Because this fish is energetic and active all the time. It loves to poke around on the wonderful ONEdersave EcoBio-Rock that is also shown in the pictures. Click here to buy a Zodiac Loach, and click here to buy a EcoBio-Rock, which will help keep your aquarium water crystal clear and healthy for your fish.
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