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  1. I realized that I have literally not properly updated on a lot of my fish in pretty much FOREVER. Last night I took a whole lot of photos of some of the tanks and fish. I called this topic "pond fish" because some of my tanks remind me of indoor ponds-ISH. Although they are not as aesthetic as many of the other tanks of members, I love them for the more "natural-ish" look with algae, (floating) pond plants etc. Each of the following tanks has various anubias, hornwort, duckweed, frogbit, water lettuce and riccia natans, and some of them have some pothos in the filter. There also is quite a bit of algae in the main tank where I dropped some extra fish in for the photo shoot Anyway, here we go. First the main tank with all the algae. The fish feed on the various algae all day long and I feed only once or twice daily some soilent green - if at all - and once or twice weekly some frozen food. Normally I only keep the single tails in here. I noticed though that I took a lot of pics of Bullet (the ranchu). He is such a cutie and he got so big. He is almost as big as Banana now and he has the cutest face and the most gorgeous tail tuck. This photo made me laugh SO HARD last night. "Hurrrr hurrr I'm Finny!" I know I named Finny after his missing tail fin, but now when I look at him, I think that FINNY is the perfect name for him and his massive (other) fins A couple top view pics Then here the tub fish, Spicy and Vanille. Vanille is doing so much better ever since the crutches! She tumbles over sometimes, but she never actually flips or floats I love how this looks though. I really want to have an actual (huge) indoor pond someday. Caught Vanille eating duckweed. She gobbles it up all the time
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