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Bozo The Clown Pleco Plays Frisbee


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This is a sports themed follow up to Bozo The Clown Pleco Plays Ball.

Y'all know that my goldfish get broccoli a few times a week. Well, recently I started dropping a cross slice of fresh broccoli stem in with Bozo.

I kept telling myself, "I've got to get pics for the Koko-nuts." So, yes, you guessed it - Here's Bozo feasting on broccoli stem.

Believe it or not, he'll probably eat all the goodies out of the middle of that slab before morning and leave the hard rind (and a pile of poo).

You can see he's already made a big dent in it:

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Peeking between the Visi-Therm Stealth Heater and the genuine artificial red silk and plastic plant.

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Oh wait! Is it a broccoli stem, or a

?

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:rolleyes:

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i'm assuming that this isnt cooked? he's a pretty amazing little guy. he looks tiny!

It is raw.

It looks like he eats more than his body size,

He's a Clown Pleco, about 2.5 inches.

Ashes to ashes,

Dust to dust,

broccoli to poo? :rofl

And so fast too. :)

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heh, I've never tried carrots. Good idea. Did you cook it first to soften it up?

I thought I replied here before, but I don't see it now... :idont Anyway, great lookin fish there. He looks nice and full in that last pic there :) I love clown plecos, and with all that great food he's getting you'll have a 5" beauty on your hands in no time I bet.

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