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a colourfull fish for your kids?

PostAuthor: FunkyFish » Wed Dec 14, 2011 23:23


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Re: a colourfull fish for your kids?

PostAuthor: vinboy » Wed Dec 14, 2011 23:27

:shock:
Wonder if they lose the dye in time now they would get the none fishkeeper looking at our aquariums but i would never buy them
a lfs by me sells them for only a tenner each plus glassfish with pink and green colours.
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Re: a colourfull fish for your kids?

PostAuthor: catwoman » Wed Dec 14, 2011 23:30

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Re: a colourfull fish for your kids?

PostAuthor: FunkyFish » Wed Dec 14, 2011 23:32

LFS near me sells Parrots in various sizes, an XL one is £95 :shock:

never seen coloured ones before though :no shocking

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Re: a colourfull fish for your kids?

PostAuthor: smith » Thu Dec 22, 2011 11:37

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He'll never get a proper job with a facial tattoo like that!
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Re: a colourfull fish for your kids?

PostAuthor: kathateria » Thu Dec 22, 2011 11:40

They are awful.Its a wonder a fish survives,once its be poked with a needle.Quite sad really :(
There is no such thing as a peaceful mbuna.They are all 2 faced moody sods!
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Re: a colourfull fish for your kids?

PostAuthor: stuart clark » Thu Dec 22, 2011 16:34

I think the practice of dying and tatooing fish is terrible. It should be banned

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