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This is the Rare Florida Damsel. I took this photo one day in Orlando, FL. There are few photos out there that truly capture the beauty of this magnificant animal.
It's scientific name is Humongiforous Whitenblackfisheris
Posted January 11, 2007
good luck taking all the rock out too catch that sucker
I wonder if one of those would be compatible with my clown goby in my 6 gal
i have a 5000000000000000000000 gal. can i have that?
i had one of those a few days ago, i had 10 pounds o' fish last week and i was fresh out, then he decided to beach
Those require space like a Tang, correct? You think I could get away with one in my 55? What if I have a friend with a 90 gallon who could take him once he grew up?
That's just a regular. *Yawn* I have a misbar.
I've heard of people actually being able to get them as youngsters and keep them in a 10g aga. I guess they're so big at that age, that only their headfits in there. You just put some airline tubing down it's blowhole, put a canopy on there, and enjoy your Humongiforous Whitenblackfisheris in the home. I've never attempted it, though.
Can Igreen add this to his list?
Posted January 12, 2007
It's not an "I" it's an "L" and I don't understand what your question was.
this is lame,even for you halfpint haha
Posted January 13, 2007
fugu, don't flame the lamer...lol
Posted January 18, 2007
it is sad til you think about how much awareness these animals generate about whales. Shamu is a species ambassador!
Posted July 27, 2008
one fin wont even fit in a 50 gallon.
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