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So, You think your fish is fat... let's see!


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    Heidi - Reefkeeper
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    Default So, You think your fish is fat... let's see!

    Thought it would be fun to get some pictures of some of your most well fed tank-mates! I will start out with "Whistle". He's a Solar Wrasse I have had for a few months now and apparently (according to my friends at least) He has really put on some weight.
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    hard to tell from this pic, i need to try to get front pics of my fish so you can see how wide they are, but this tang is a fatty

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    This is my fat little sailfin blenny!
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