|Administrator ||12-19-2008 12:30 PM |
Drekko, the Dragon Wrasse
We bought a dragon wrasse a few weeks ago who I thought was large enough to be immune from the threat of our Stars and Stripes puffer. Wrong. :-(
I loved how this fish buried itself in the sand where it remained for most of the day and then emerged from the "depths", looking awesome. http://animal-world.com/encyclo/mari...asseWMW_U8.jpg
So long, Drekko.
|Amphitrite ||12-19-2008 01:09 PM |
Sorry to hear that Mike :-(
|dramaqueen ||12-19-2008 01:34 PM |
Sorry to hear about your dragon wrasse.
|Administrator ||12-19-2008 02:40 PM |
Thanks, guys. That pic wasn't him, by the way, but he looked just like that and I didn't have one.
|willow ||12-21-2008 06:58 PM |
aww that's sad,sorry to read about that. :(
What a gorgeous fish, too. Sorry for the loss.
|Administrator ||12-22-2008 08:31 AM |
Thanks. The LFS had said it should work out because of their relative sizes, and for a few weeks it looked like things were going to. At the end of the day, though, I suppose my hungry puffer fish is a hungry puffer fish.
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