Meet Master Yoda (Young Fahaka)

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Re: Meet Master Yoda (Young Fahaka)

Post by RTR » Fri Feb 07, 2014 10:53 am

You can get underwater periscope at big toy stores - much less painful (and safer!), but Bertie is 100% correct. Believe it or not, the aquarium myth of fish staring at their own reflection is one of the most widely accepted aquarium myths. What you see from outside the tank is not, repeat, not what the fish sees from inside the tank.

Look up and study Monaco-style aquariums to get a better understanding of air/water/glass reflections and images.

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Re: Meet Master Yoda (Young Fahaka)

Post by Biff Malawi » Wed Feb 12, 2014 4:19 pm

Since it has been brought up. would being able to see their reflection be a bad or good thing. What if you put a mirror on the end of a fahaka tank for instance.
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Re: Meet Master Yoda (Young Fahaka)

Post by KorrepZ » Fri Sep 30, 2016 11:30 am

So its been 2,5 years since I last updated you guys on Master Yoda but I have sad news.

After 7 years his adventure ends after a nasty infection on his tail that went from bad to worse in a short time.

Today he died 15 mins after I got home from work and waited all day for me to come home to say one final goodbye.

He became my pal in July 2009 as a little tiny cute Fakaha of just 2,5cm (1 inch) and grew up to be 7 years old and 30cm long (12 inches), weighing half a kilo (1.1 pound).

He got a nice place to rest his fins in the garden.

R.I.P. Master Yoda. May the Force be with you......

Master Yoda the Fahaka and Manny the Mantis Shrimp! - R.I.P R2 & 3PO (F8), Luke (dwarf), Snips (Ceylon) and Obi 1-3 (Valentini)


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Re: Meet Master Yoda (Young Fahaka)

Post by Pufferpunk » Fri Sep 30, 2016 1:40 pm

:( :sorry: :rip: :crying: :missyou: :crying2: :pout:
You are getting sleepy... you only hear the sound of my voice... you must do water changes... water changes... water changes... water changes...

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Re: Meet Master Yoda (Young Fahaka)

Post by hadla » Thu Oct 27, 2016 11:52 pm

:( sorry to hear that
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