Who are these gaybirds? They're not from Star Wars

These gaybirds are clearly not from starwars.

goldfishgal:

Just before I took this picture, he was manhandling the worm cone because he thinks it can dispense food all the time so he’ll randomly fixate on it.

goldfishgal:

Just before I took this picture, he was manhandling the worm cone because he thinks it can dispense food all the time so he’ll randomly fixate on it.

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megan-morgue:

I rescaped my big tank A LOT!
I wish I could still use the silver Buddha decoration, but it turned out it wasn’t aquarium safe :(

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asturoid:

d-dracarys-s:


art student hair

FINALLY FOUND THIS POST AGAIN

love this

asturoid:

d-dracarys-s:

art student hair

FINALLY FOUND THIS POST AGAIN

love this

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kai-ni:

housebatbetta:

noodlewasted:

FISH UPDATE! The little guy I got from petsmart exactly one week ago has improved SO much! It took him days to eat, but a good diet, clean, warm, filtered water and a calm environment has helped so much! Picture on the left is from he first day I had him, and the right is today, a week later!!

I also bought a 20 gallon tank that will be set up in the next few weeks. That means all my bettas get upgraded! Everybody happy! In the mean time, I’ll be accepting name suggestions! I love naming my males after villains, b/c of their bad attitudes!

What a pretty change! You could call him Magneto, because of the classic costume colours:

omg yes

http://kai-ni.tumblr.com/post/97748894592/bettablogging-cloudiiedays-probably-the

bettablogging:

cloudiiedays:

Probably the worst part of owning, admiring, and caring for snakes is that telling anyone that you do opens this doorway for snake related “stories”.

Almost all of them focusing on the death, harm and, fear of snakes.

I do my best to educate others and…

This is the worst. The same thing happens to me at work- I’ve gotten in trouble for telling customers exactly how horrible that is and telling them to leave and not bother coming back, because I will never sell them an animal…

nubbsgalore:

male mouthbrooding jawfish — such as the mottled (seen in the fifth photo with spikes on the side of its head from a fireworm attack), the yellowhead, the banded, and the cardinalfish seen here —  use their mouths to protect their eggs until the fry hatch. 

mouthbrooding fish are able to produce smaller numbers of offspring with a higher chance of survival than species that offer no broodcare. the males, however, are not able to eat during this period of incubation (which can last anywhere from one to three weeks), but will open their mouths, spitting the eggs out and then sucking them back in to keep them clean and aerated. 

photos by (click pic) nicolas terryshigeru harazaki, steven kovacs, keri wilk, michael patrick oneilll and marcello di francesco 

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aquariadise:

tortle:

sizvideos:

Video

Actually!
This puffer in’t being inquisitive, this puffer is hunting!

Pufferfish eat snails, so they are just adorably figuring out the best way to eat their dinner. \uwu/

That’s also not a baby puffer fish, it’s a dwarf puffer!

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paludariumpal:

"Door" by Yong Ming

paludariumpal:

"Door" by Yong Ming

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(Source: pinkmanjesse, via horny-grandma)

goldfishgal:

Stay Fancy 2 by horner735
housebatbetta:

taylynnlove:

housebatbetta:

Spookytank update 9/17/2014

One of the prettiest tanks around to be totally fair

Aaaahhh thank you

housebatbetta:

taylynnlove:

housebatbetta:

Spookytank update 9/17/2014

One of the prettiest tanks around to be totally fair

Aaaahhh thank you
izzy-the-fish-girl:

Feed me Seymour (by Neil Carpenter)

izzy-the-fish-girl:

Feed me Seymour (by Neil Carpenter)