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11 years 8 months ago #7083 by Kegger22
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Lol that is funny. I bet their sending up lemon labs, haha those things breed like rats.



thats my problem with mine! I'm feeding them fish food instead of rat bait

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11 years 8 months ago #6985 by spaunen
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Lol that is funny. I bet their sending up lemon labs, haha those things breed like rats.

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11 years 9 months ago #4280 by MbunaMan25
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aaawwwww ****..... She found this post.


lol

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11 years 9 months ago #4267 by dragonkeeper
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aaawwwww crap..... She found this post.

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11 years 9 months ago #4265 by Cichgirl
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Hey now Mr. Dragonkeeper Behave yourself :P

The easiest way to keep cichlids is to convince your man that it is his hobby... He does all the work and you get all the rewards. :)

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11 years 9 months ago #4070 by dragonkeeper
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SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

God I hope this isn't a public forum!

Don't tell you know who.....but I really hate that tank!


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11 years 9 months ago #4069 by rm-slover
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well they made neon pink zebra danios, dont worry shawn, i wont tell anyone you have some pink ones in your tank in the kitchen with the little plastic sponge bob, patrick and pineapple house.

i wonder what cichlid fish they are going to test this on. apparently there is only one type of cichlid fish on the planet, or the authors thought the general public was either too dumb to understand the species of didnt really care what kind of cichlid it is.

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11 years 9 months ago #4057 by dragonkeeper
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Nice.

Whats next?

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11 years 9 months ago #4025 by MbunaMan25
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lol ROTFLMFAO

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11 years 9 months ago #3883 by rm-slover
crazy scientists was created by rm-slover
Scientists to send fish on rocket ride

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Scientists plan to launch 60 tiny fish on a zero gravity rocket ride from above the Arctic Circle on Monday to try to plumb the secrets of motion sickness.

Tomas Hedqvist, project manager for Sweden's Esrange Space Centre, said the baby cichlid fish will head 260 km (160 miles) into the air on an 11-metre (36-foot) two-stage rocket, where they will experience six minutes of weightlessness.

Experimenters Reinhard Hilbig and Ralf Anken of the University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim in Germany will train six video cameras on the fish, each of which will be housed in its own aquarium, to see how they react.

"Fish, when they get motion sick, begin tumbling around, swimming in circles and miss their balance," he said, adding that some fish do not suffer from motion sickness and seem to adapt quickly to a changed environment.

Some of the fish, which were flown from Germany to Sweden's far north in special aquariums, will be housed in a slowly turning centrifuge which will offer some gravity while others will be in a pure zero G state, Hedqvist said.

After the flight, the scientists will examine the video camera recordings as well as small balance organs -- called otoliths -- which exist naturally in the heads of each fish to work out what makes some sick and others not.

"People when they are aboard the space shuttle they have this space motion sickness also. Human beings have blood pressure up in the head when they are weightless and also bones get weak and muscles get small," Hedqvist said.

"They use fish since it's much easier to investigate on fish (than) human beings."

Earlier related experiments sent cichlid fish on parabolic plane rides -- which involve a steep ascent followed by a plunge -- but Hedqvist said these only offered 20-30 seconds of weightlessness and were too short for clear conclusions.

(Reporting by Sarah Edmonds; Editing by Caroline Drees)



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