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Stormfish 05-03-2012 10:13 AM

Some of my critters
 
Here are some pics of my freshwater critters. Otocinclus Affinis (I have three of them):

I noticed the bit of damaged skin on the snout of this one. It usually happens when they get netted because they have very fine bristle-like hairs that get caught. He seems fine now though.

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A lovely, round belly pic of this one. They're all fat! :-D

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Pics of my African Dwarf Frogs (I have 4). Three of them have recently gone through a shed. One of them ate her skin as she shed it, and it had to be one of the most disgusting things I've seen for quite some time! LOL! I have 3 females, 1 male.

Cutest little smile:

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Checking things out:

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Frog photobomb! :lol:

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Olympia 05-04-2012 04:41 PM

Heheh cute frogs. Are the active?

Stormfish 05-04-2012 04:49 PM

They're more active at night. If I want to watch them, I wait until the tank light is off and turn on the office light on low, so it doesn't scare them into hiding. One of the females is out a lot of the time, though. Hanging around, burbling amongst the plants. However, if I put some thawed out bloodworms in the tank, they're all out immediately! I think the bloodworms are their favourite food.


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