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Machinesway

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  1. I feel for some of the stores that have gone out of business but this is it. I knew some store owners who simply refused to adapt, instead of changing they complained the competition and even this forums users.
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  5. It's a niche market, if someone answered you, you and 10 others would breed that fish, driving the price down so none of you can make money. Bristle-nose have been a money making fish in the past, then a thread like this comes up, and they get flooded.
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  7. Great tank, would you mind sending me some the info on them?
  8. Reduced feeding is supposed to get rid of them pretty well. Haven't tried it personally but it's easy enough to try
  9. try aquariums alive they had some a few weeks ago
  10. Yes, I could agree we've discovered the majority.. If including land and sea animals. But I wouldn't say we're even close to discovering everything.. We haven't discovered every land animal. And we can get around on land pretty well these days. The world is 2/3 water and less than 5% of it is fresh. There are still plenty of freshwater species being discovered and described. Just imagine what's waiting in the Mariana trench.
  11. Hey, I'd stay away from gold fish feeders "Goldfish are especially popular as feeder fish, being cheap and relatively large, but they are actually among the worst of all prey species for most predatory fish. They are fatty and rich in a chemical called thiaminase, an enzyme that destroys the essential nutrient thiamine (also known as vitamin B1)."
  12. So true. But I guess if oscars are happy in 2fts an 8ft could fit a shark! /eyeroll.
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