Its been quite some time since theres been an update here hasn’t it?
Well never fear we are attempting to make a comeback. In the passing days I have cut back on the bettas and downsized to the two larger tanks. The largest (30gal) houses the last remaining betta, a guppie, two plecos, and three neon tetras. The second houses the newest member pictured above.
Munya is a Dragon Gobie and is roughly 7-8 inches long. Dragon Gobies are brackish water fish originating from South and Central America. He can grow to be 2 feet with the right maintenance and care. They are pretty timid and get along with most fish. But they will eat anything little like a guppies or a neon (hopefully he will eat that minnow we caught for food a year back).
Im working on getting a large amount of plants for both tanks and a new heater for Munyas. Dragon Gobies like plenty of hiding places and prefer warmer brackish water. This tank will not be his permanent tank, I will upgrade as he grows. Its preferred that he lives in a 50 gallon or more.
Skeleton of Mola Mola as Mola rotunda - the Ocean sunfish
Caprella septentrionalis, also known as the motherfucking GHOST SHRIMP.
Nature kicks a lot of ass sometimes.
Young Cuttlefish. (scubaphoto)
This Sephia is only 5-7 mm long!
More like ‘cuddlefish’.
Tennessee Aquarium aviculturists (bird keepers!) have their hands full caring for a pair of Macaroni Penguin chicks. “These baby penguins are absolutely adorable with fuzzy flippers, oversized feet and pudgy little bellies,” said senior aviculturist Amy Graves.