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Superfish Home 60 aquarium LED sunrise remote control lighting £109.99 @ Fishkeeper

£109.99 @ fishkeeper
The Home 60 is a modern “plug and play” aquarium with built-in filter and energy-efficient LED Sunrise Lighting equipped with a remote control. It’s the ideal aquarium for aquascaping and is available… Read More
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The Home 60 is a modern “plug and play” aquarium with built-in filter and energy-efficient LED Sunrise Lighting equipped with a remote control. It’s the ideal aquarium for aquascaping and is available in modern white or stylish black.

Unique features:

Modern design ideal for aquascaping
60-litre capacity
Long-lasting, energy-saving LED light (12 Volt, 10 Watt),
Dual-colour...
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OP: givehimeawedgie's probably thinking you overstepped the mark by posting 2 aquaria deals in any one year, let alone on the same day

he might have a rare valid point
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POWYSWALES

that's a frog! have you fed the other one with a bit of live bait? :)
2 Likes #5
you obviously don't believe in the necessity of making their prison cell somewhat interesting
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if I'm not mistaken that's 2 frogs, tap water and a stickleback plus an artificial green arc de trionfe we can use at memorial services as they tend to die within a few days without oxygenated water or food
1 Like #7
I guess in Wales that's the height of sophistication, so fair play, man
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oi luv, stop baiting OP!
1 Like #9
just thinking you could improve it by going down the coast & getting a hermit crab and a few shrimps - chuck them in with a handful of table salt to make it briny then let them fight it out for supremacy amongst themselves
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luvsadealdealdeal
if I'm not mistaken that's 2 frogs, tap water and a stickleback plus an artificial green arc de trionfe we can use at memorial services as they tend to die within a few days without oxygenated water or food
No stickleback, 3 African clawed frogs which are fully aquatic. As for food, you should only feed what they can consume within 10 mins, excess food will just affect water quality. Not mine in this video but there greedy animals https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DI9-iFlkGy8

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1 Like #11
but surely they desire to spend some time on dry land, see the sun, have some life interest?
#12
luvsadealdealdeal
but surely they desire to spend some time on dry land, see the sun, have some life interest?
The African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis, also known as the xenopus, African clawed toad, African claw-toed frog or the platanna) is a species of African aquatic frog of the Pipidae family. Its name is derived from the three short claws on each hind foot, which it uses to tear apart its food. The word Xenopus means "strange foot" and laevis means "smooth".

The species is found throughout much of Sub-Saharan Africa (Nigeria and Sudan to South Africa),[2] and in isolated, introduced populations in North America, South America, and Europe.[1] All species of the Pipidae family are tongueless, toothless and completely aquatic. They use their hands to shove food in their mouths and down their throats and a hyobranchial pump to draw or suck things in their mouth. Pipidae have powerful legs for swimming and lunging after food. They also use the claws on their feet to tear pieces of large food. They lack true ears[citation needed], but have lateral lines running down the length of the body and underside, which is how they can sense movements and vibrations in the water. They use their sensitive fingers, sense of smell, and lateral line system to find food. Pipidae are scavengers and will eat almost anything living, dying, or dead and any type of organic waste.

Xenopus laevis have been kept as pets and research subjects since as early as the 1950s. They are extremely hardy and long lived, having been known to live up to 20 or even 30 years in captivity.


Edited By: POWYSWALES on Jan 26, 2017 21:28
1 Like #13
good enough for me

you can keep them in a soulless box of water with no interest whatsoever, I'm sure the frogs don't care

they are presumably already dead in their brains
1 Like #14
I had to return mine as the fish couldn't use the remote... (I'm sure there's a fish finger joke in there somewhere) (_;)
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POWYSWALES

you're proud of that tank, fair play

it's a hobby - many of us have no hobby - we could learn from this
1 Like #16
are you trying to recreate the Sahara Desert effect at the bottom of your tank?
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https://cdn.meme.am/cache/instances/folder617/500x/67216617.jpg
#18
The inevitable popcorn comment. Never seen that before.
#19
luvsadealdealdeal
you obviously don't believe in the necessity of making their prison cell somewhat interesting

All goldfish should be free-ranging, like this one:

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/01/26/robot_goldfish_tank/
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POWYSWALES

that's a baby triggerfish, isn't it?
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luvsadealdealdeal
are you trying to recreate the Sahara Desert effect at the bottom of your tank?

Maybe you will sleep better now knowing they have a new Rock to explore.

https://s29.postimg.org/8tpuac1nr/20170127_190128.jpgimage upload without registration
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POWYSWALES
luvsadealdealdeal
are you trying to recreate the Sahara Desert effect at the bottom of your tank?
Maybe you will sleep better now knowing they have a new Rock to explore.https://s29.postimg.org/8tpuac1nr/20170127_190128.jpgimage upload without registration

hope you didn't photoshop that

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