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very strange creature caught on video

by Snakebyt on 05-10-2012 at 02:56 PM
came across this today... what the hell is it... it is defenatly strange


upgrading and cooking rock

by Snakebyt on 12-22-2011 at 06:09 AM
in the next couple of months i will be upgrading from my 40 breeder to a 75, i got a deal i couldnt resist. In the 40, i have some aptasia, not out of control, but i still dont like them. I am also fighting bubble algae right now as well. I would love to not have these issues in the new tank. Since i know ahead of time would it be a good idea to cook a good portion of my rock, or would it make more problems upgrading to a bigger tank with less "live" rock. Also, how would it effect my

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just playing around.. short in tank video

by Snakebyt on 11-30-2011 at 05:52 AM
i was bored and decided to stick my GoPro in the tank and see how it turned out
I was hoping for better focus, but the camera wasnt really made for that but its still kinda neat i think

here is a link to the vid, i still need to figure out how to make the vids smaller


and here is a link to the camera if anyone wanted to know

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RBTA thriving, GBTA not so much..

by Snakebyt on 11-17-2011 at 03:01 PM
My RBTA's are thriving in my tank, very large and has split once and now i have 2 large RBTA, both are doing great. My GBTA on the other hand has been in the tank longer but will not grow or thrive like the red ones. I figure if it is not happy with its current tank location it will move to a better spot on its own. The green is lower in the tank and in a lower flow area, but wouldnt it move on its own if it wasnt happy in that spot?

Any ideas or suggestions?

How to Pickup Women at the Fish Store .. LOL

by Snakebyt on 11-14-2010 at 03:05 AM
I stole this from a local forum, but i figured you guys and gals would get a laugh