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to Pet Fish Talk, you can also follow
other underlined links to related web pages with pictures, videos, and more
information about the topics being discuss during the show.
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Fish and two ONEdersave Eco-Bio Stones
The video, just above, shows Tom's 29-gallon aquarium. In this video you can see several of Tom's Pet Fish and two ONEdersave Eco-Bio Stone-S, which Tom and Nevin recommend for every aquarium. Click here to learn more about this ONEdersave product now.
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.
Aquarium Bubbles and Froth
During this Pet Fish Talk Show Tom and Nevin will talk about bubbles and froth on the surface of aquarium water, which is a very important topic for every aquarist to understand.
Brad from Troy, Michigan, calls and talks about his Columbian Tetra with one eye that he rescued in a fish store, about an L-shaped Cherry Barb in his wife's aquarium, then Tom mentions a favorite goldfish named "Uno" with one-eye, and some Half-Black Angelfish with the back half of their bodies missing, so they were called a Half Half-Black Angelfish.
Martin from Montreal, Canada, calls and talks about "Flashing" male Rainbowfishes, about the water in Montreal, about catching Gobies and putting them in his aquarium, about the Glofish, and about Chloramines.
The Bailey Brothers
encourage YOU to call Pet Fish Talk
during the show and talk about your pet fish.
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