Feeding my fish

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  1. Sharkbait

    Sharkbait TPF Noob!

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    My convict tang is such a slob. He's always begging for food. :lol:

    (fyi, my photoshop macro tagged my name onto this by accident. My wife really took the shot.)

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    Really terrific shot John.
    The fish looks in great shape but it's colors seem a little pale, is that just this fish or my monitor?
     
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    Nah, he's got a slight greenish tinge from the food we feed him, but that silvery white is his normal coloration. He's a hoss, about six inches long and an inch thick. :shock: :lol:
     
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    Great shot! He's a real beauty, too. I think it's so cool that you have him eating out of your hand. Love it!! :D
     
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    How did you stage this one? A tripod and cable release? is that someone else feeding the convict (I love that name). I have a Burmese python that I wish I could feed like that. Which brings me to another question I heard that if you put a fishy in the snakes water area he will eat it. Could that be true?
     

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