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    Posted: September 04 2014 at 10:28pm
Just saw him out and about for the first time in weeks. At least I know he is alive.
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SWEET! I really was hoping he was still alive and given their nature figured he was hiding in a cave somewhere.


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Wow. That is like a prehistoric fish, right? I've seen them and the first thing I thought of was the deep sea dwelling Coelacanth. How long have you had it? This is a livebearer, right? Is there a mate?

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They are incredibly cryptic. You'll go months without seeing it. I've kept them before.

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I snapped a picture of him with my cell phone i will post up later. It isn't very good especially since all I had on were my night time lights. Which are 1% on two blue channels on my lights.
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That is increadable
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Originally posted by Mark Peterson Mark Peterson wrote:

Wow. That is like a prehistoric fish, right? I've seen them and the first thing I thought of was the deep sea dwelling Coelacanth. How long have you had it? This is a livebearer, right? Is there a mate?

Aloha  Hug



Mark, you are correct they are prehistoric. Matt has had it about a month and they are livebearing. No mate at this time.

I also wanted to thank THE AQUARIUM for special ordering this fish for Matt.Thumbs Up


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