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ineke

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ineke

What is She Feeding us now oh look watermelon , wait wait no , rockmelon, wait wait no , a bamboo stick3F2C4C3C-8A52-4543-8757-C99D5F4256EA_zps803DE706-8439-4782-8C4B-AC3AE3605E74_zps882FC96A-F20E-4652-A6EF-5DDBDE025FB2_zps
just a few shrimp from my community tank

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newbreed

Brilliant pics Ineke!! Love all the little juvies shrimp!! Woohoo Fruit Salad shrimps!

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BlueBolts

Nice pics...makes me want to have a fruit salad :-)

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ineke

Thanks Jamie I have a multicultural tank , all types and colours welcome. It's nice to give culls a place to live and play even if they aren't good enough for breeding program's.

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Squiggle

Very cool Ineke, mmmmmm fruit salad! :encouragement:

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Fishnbe

Very nice,

Looks like they love that watermelon!

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ineke

They lost interest in the fruit fairly quickly but continued to feed on the bamboo for a while:(

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jayc

HAHA, I feed mine bamboo sticks too!

At least only to hold down whatever I'm trying to actually feed them.

But yes, I too notice the forage on the stick, almost saying "Hmm, a bit hard, but tasty none the less".

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