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post #16 of 23 (permalink) Old 09-15-2013, 02:51 PM
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Those cichlid ponds are amazing! Thank God I dont live down south or I would be tempted to have one lol
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post #17 of 23 (permalink) Old 09-15-2013, 06:06 PM
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I have the same exact photos from Animal Kingdom this summer as well, in exactly the same spots. :^)

Hope you guys had a great time down there!
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post #19 of 23 (permalink) Old 09-15-2013, 06:29 PM Thread Starter
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How dare you fisheye.
Its cool. You saves me some time in posting more that i had. probably running out of room on the image hoster. I am really impressed with my phones camera to be honest. Its not the 41 megapixel one but can take picture just as well as my wife's $700 camera. Carl Zeiss lense too, what ever that is.
Still have a bunch more shots to show people. On the train from the airport home right now. Will post more tonight. Glad people are enjoying it as much as I did. Disney really does a great job making each "tank" look like an ecosystem. Especially the cichlid pools.

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I can imagine the feeding frenzy of that cichlids tank! Thanks for sharing!
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I felt a little funny about it, but I really like that area a lot so I wanted to share some more views of it. Glad you had a good trip. Did you get to see the 4 foot lungfish in there?

Your phone's shots are really good, the quality of cameras they are putting in modern smartphones has gotten to a point where they work well for a lot of thing.

Disney does a really amazing job with their aquatic displays, and their gardening is excellent. Animal Kingdom is one of my favorite places in WDW. The one area with 6 foot long shark catfish, and the tank with the full grown Pacus swimming with otters both captivated me. There's so much to see that they have tucked away in one corner or another. The kids are less thrilled about that park since they know their parents will be stopping to look at everything.
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I must have missed the lungfish. Just got home. Aside from a little, well, more then a little algae all my fish survived. Even the tetra with the missing gill cover. Somehow my betta tanks thermometer got unplugged so came home to a 70 degree tank. Hoping it doesn't set back the betta cause I just finished treating for some fin rot. My bacopa, wisteria, and red ludwigia all bent over from hitting the waters surface. Guess I have to do some trimming.
Animal kingdowm is my favorite too. Big into aninmals. I have two dogs, English mastiff and a cairn terrier, three cats, now the fish. Didn't get to do a lot cause my son has a limited attention span so lines are difficult for him. He did enjoy the Nemo show and the lion king show. His eyes were wide open.
Well. Onto unpacking. Will post some more pictures tonight. Still a lot of cool ones.

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Some more cichlids

Turtle, sorry about the exit signs. Nothing I could do

Don't know what this is

Seahorse breeding tank

Anyone need some clownfish?

I think that will just about do it. I have more but I don't want to bore anyone.

If in doubt, add more plants!

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