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Old 05-11-2019, 05:34 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Another: A betta flaring at a nerite snail on the glass.... Dude, he can't see you...

I guess I'm impressed the fish is smart enough to know the snail isn't a rock...
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I was feeding my betta when he jumped up to grab the pellet from my fingers before I could even drop it in the tank, jumps out through the feeding hole, and landed on my desk. I quickly/gently scooped him up and put him back in the tank. Now you would think he would be a little bit shocked or stunned, but no. The little turd turns around and swims right back up to the feeding hole to wait for another pellet. I had a heart attack, but apparently he didn't care that he would have died had I not have been there and all he wanted was his food.


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I was feeding my betta when he jumped up to grab the pellet from my fingers before I could even drop it in the tank, jumps out through the feeding hole, and landed on my desk. I quickly/gently scooped him up and put him back in the tank. Now you would think he would be a little bit shocked or stunned, but no. The little turd turns around and swims right back up to the feeding hole to wait for another pellet. I had a heart attack, but apparently he didn't care that he would have died had I not have been there and all he wanted was his food.
You should offer that story to the company making that food! It should be worth a lifetime supply of it. And, welcome to APC!
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You should offer that story to the company making that food! It should be worth a lifetime supply of it. And, welcome to APC!
Should I? Haha.
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These are all variants of goldfish -- the bubble eye, the ranchu, and the telescope -- and they're the end results of Man playing God without an instruction manual, missing like half of the pieces, and with the wrong game board. None would last five minutes in the wild. In the case of the bubble fish, those sacs are easily quadruple the size of its head and make it very difficult to swim. And their eyes pop when they rub against something sharp. Pop like a balloon. Naturally, this leaves the fish blind in that eye, with a gaping hole on the side of its head.
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