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The Possibility - Blue Jelly TB


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The Blue Jelly shrimp presented 2+ years ago (pic below), seemed like an elusive variant ...

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BUT today, I noticed a beaming BLUE TB......only a few days OLD, but unlike the other KK's, this one was BRIGHT transparent blue, and YES, I know they will darken/blacken and become KK/Panda, BUT my theory is that if you pray, and wish hard enough, it will happen ! :rolleyes:

So, with some imagination, and wishful thinking, I present .... My wannabe Blue Jelly TB..

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Well, for those non believers, who won't pray & wish with me...hope you enjoy the pic. LOL

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As the shrimp god we must believe :D gorgeous BB here's hoping good luck:encouragement:

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That is definatly a differant kind of blue when we have kk/panda shrimplets. Wow BB, you always seem to amaze me. Nice work :)

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That is definatly a differant kind of blue when we have kk/panda shrimplets. Wow BB' date=' you always seem to amaze me. Nice work :)[/quote']

When I 1st noticed it, I thought I had a shadow ++++, there were other shrimplets around, BUT they were no where to his colour/vibrance. I;m sure when Dean catches up to this thread, he'll say it'll turn black and become a regular panda.... party pooper ! LOL

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I'll be hoping & praying with you BB, this little one looks amazing & will grow up to be a stunning Blue Jelly TB :victorious:

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Awesome little shrimplet. Fingers crossed he/she stays the same colour for you. :encouragement:

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Photoshop' date=' lol[/quote']

I wish I was clever enough to know how to use it !

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Hi bb, you are an inspiration and show what can be achieved with some patience, care and a little luck. Will the variation in shrimp ever end? Or do I need to build a room so I can collect them all, just like pokemon lol.

Cheers mick

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do I need to build a room so I can collect them all, just like pokemon lol.[/quote

a definite YES.

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ninja, I'm available for adoption...... we can combine forces, and build a multi storey shrimp room/mansion !

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Can you cook, wash, clean? I don't need another high maintenance male around here?

I know, I will send Bill up to you and you can send all your shrimp down here, yes???????????

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I actually do all the cooking, shopping, and in construction, so can build & maintain anything.....do the cleaning on the side, but not my forte.

LOL....is it getting that way after years of marriage, where you can swap shrimps for a love one ? Sorry, I LOVE my shrimps too much ! Poor BIll, I hope he doesn't read this dialogue .... :onthego:

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lol thats funny. Hey BB your pics dont appear to be showing anymore

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It's MY dream shrimp! :triumphant:

I belive!

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