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stef28-2008

Fit Anymore In Gold Fish

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surely this can't be real, mind i have never been a lover of parrot fish, horrible malformed and crossbred monstrosities

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apparently he turned his water feature in to that bowl thing if it is real looks good with nicer fish

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you mean a water feature in his garden, they are tropical fish, they are parrot fish which is a cross breed of 3 other fish, it isn't known which three except that they are chiclids, it is suspected that 2 of them are severum and flowerhorn, the flowerhorn is a hybrid as it is

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oh right tought they were gold fish sorry lol

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the parrot fish was dreamed up by malaysian fish farms to try and drum up some business. personally i think they should all be destroyed and banned from being bred ever again

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A bioballs like that should only have 1 fish in, the rest will die!

 

 

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the freshwater parrot has a potential of about 8" so they shouldn't be kept in a biorb anyway, not even one, they also dye them all colours i have seen them bright green,orange, yellow and blue

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They've got parrot fish in a display tank at a perfume counter in Manchester airport duty free. Can't see the appeal in them myself.

 

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not they aren't even real fish, they have been nicknamed frankenstien fish

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I know this post is old but I've just come across it . Can someone please tell me this person got rid of all of these parrot fish . They are tropical not cold water and there shouldn't of even been 1 in a tank under 6ft minimum never mind 8 in a biorb!!!! This has really disturbed me

 

 

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