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Old 17-06-2006, 02:07 PM   #61
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Yup keep in a big tank swimming very happy with seabass


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Old 18-06-2006, 10:28 AM   #62
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cuttlefish bone is good for the PNT but does it have any effects on the aquarium water??
 
Old 18-06-2006, 11:32 AM   #63
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cuttlefish bone is good for the PNT but does it have any effects on the aquarium water??
hmm not really. all u see is powdery stuff floatin in the water or on the surface of the water tads all.
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Old 18-06-2006, 11:38 AM   #64
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I put coral chips at the base of my tank for the PNT to chew on....I can only see some fine powdery like stuffs from the CCs....during wc, just siphon away.
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Btw the PNTs are not photoshopped to face each other. It was a Kodak moment and I just couldn't resist turning this pic into a banner
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I put coral chips at the base of my tank for the PNT to chew on....I can only see some fine powdery like stuffs from the CCs....during wc, just siphon away.
why coral chips...? what nutritional value does it haf on the turtle?

for me its cuttlebonefish coz its calcium consumption.(if im not wrong )

aniways the cuttlebonefish does not cloud my tank water but im afraid that it might affect water parameters..
 
Old 18-06-2006, 04:34 PM   #67
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Btw the PNTs are not photoshopped to face each other. It was a Kodak moment and I just couldn't resist turning this pic into a banner
very nice banner ... good job
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Old 18-06-2006, 05:09 PM   #68
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Btw the PNTs are not photoshopped to face each other. It was a Kodak moment and I just couldn't resist turning this pic into a banner

hahah bro wonderful!!! banner!!!!

upz u for your effort!! and the rare kodak moment
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Old 18-06-2006, 06:20 PM   #69
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Btw the PNTs are not photoshopped to face each other. It was a Kodak moment and I just couldn't resist turning this pic into a banner
Nice banner pal!!

The round shapes in the background look like red blood cells.
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why coral chips...? what nutritional value does it haf on the turtle?

for me its cuttlebonefish coz its calcium consumption.(if im not wrong )

aniways the cuttlebonefish does not cloud my tank water but im afraid that it might affect water parameters..
CCs increase the pH and it also allows the PNT to chew on it cause the experts pointed out that they need something to chew on, just like toddlers during their teeting stage...
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