Re: NANFA-- large fish
Thu, 12 Oct 2000 00:16:15 EDT

I gave him some duck weed Sajjad and he ate it but he has also taken some
small pellets too. The tank he is in has a foot print of 65" X 24" he spends
a some time hiding under a piece of wood but he does run around at the
slightest disturbance if some of the gene tinkers want to play with gene
splicing and turn a profit they should try making copies of the larger
aquarium fish that won't get too big. This one is really perfect. Can you
imagine how a real shark that only grew to say 8" and lived in freshwater
would sell as an aquarium fish. The big money in making animals to order will
be in the pet trade. How about a tiger that stays a cub and never weighs more
than 15 lb. and never gets a bad attitude? OK flame me, I'm ready, I know
genetic manipulation can't be popular with this group.


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