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Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquariums & Fish Photos' started by cooltow1, Feb 15, 2011.

  1. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    As close as goldfish come to a feeding frenzy

    Rick
     
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    haha! too cute :)
    Bloodworms?
     
  4. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    Yea bloodworms

    Rick
     
  5. MOD_Dawn

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    <--would like to pluck the lil black pokie dotty one...really nice looking!
     
  6. WhiteGloveAquatics

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    LOLOL thats funny, they really waddle when they are excited lol.


    I got 5 comets as feeders now they are palm size and they tear the tank up when they eat.
     
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    Very cute! I love the little guy wiggling in the corner, like he's trying to use this opportunity to make a break for it. :)
     
  8. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    Comets and commons can be a little more destructive that what I keep.
    Most of what I rise can't move that fast.

    Rick
     
  9. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    Eating duck weed

    Rick
     
  10. MOD_Dawn

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    learned something new, I knew they were on the destructive side with plants but didn't know they'd actually EAT duckweed.
     
  11. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    Goldfish pretty much eat any thing that doesn't eat them first
    I've seen them eat ROCKS

    Rick
     
  12. WhiteGloveAquatics

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    I got em in with my red ear slider, got em as small comets in october for her to munch on(found out goldfish are a no no with turtles) she has only been able to catch one during a PWC and she tore it apart. I tossed in about 30 pounds of water lettuce and duckweed two weeks ago, between them and the turtle I got NONE left.
     
  13. cooltow1

    cooltow1 Thread Starter Member

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    Do sliders eat plants?

    rick
     
  14. WhiteGloveAquatics

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    yup, they actually are nearly full vegans, the "list" of foods barely has any meat in it, its mostly veggies and fruits.