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Old 11-05-2015
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This poor guy is the strongest survivor I have ever seen. He has been picked on since he was a fry. I doubt his fins will ever grow back, his brothers and sisters are twice his size. He eats great, has the ball to chase some around just a tough little fish. Kids named him Nemo of course

Getting some Tupperware (with holes drilled for water circulation) could be useful for a timeout if you don't have an extra tank for them.
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