LOLOne day you might find what looks like an actual dog turd in the corner of your tank haha!
Nothing! They're in a little 20H with DIY CO2 and honestly too much light. While there's no real algae problems to speak of, they never lack for something to eat.OMG!!!! he is so darn fat!!! hahaha...., never seen one like that before. what are you feeding him?
No Way!!! I'll give you all my star wars figurines if your right. Except the fett, no matter how sure I am, I never risk the fett.Tadpoles are less fat than that! I have a buncha taddies, and they don't look totally round.
I guess? He seems to be fine, although I havent measured his cholesterol levels. :icon_eek:Wow. That is a FAT fish.
Is he okay?
I just brought those two home from the LFS and dropped them in. That's it. No special foods or anything. That was about 5 months ago, they were both skinny as can be. From day one they've been non-stop eating. Going all over from leaf to leaf to the glass... Main thing in the tank is a bit of green algae (not sure what it's called exactly) that gets on the glass and some plant leaves. There's no real visible BBA or diatoms. :knocksonwood: The HC has a bit of something(?) though, not sure what that is, just gave it a major trim because it was about 2" thick.Can your fatties come over and teach my 2 otos in the 7g how to clean?
They're real slackers even though I see plenty of algae (diatoms) on the glass and plants they are not remotely fat. I've not managed to train them onto veggies or wafers yet (been trying.. they're still kinda new) so they are living off tank noms.. just not being overly zealous with their eating. I've had to raise the light a few inches since they're not dealing with algae to let me keep it close to tank=.=
RIP sweet ottoMine finally wasted away all he did was hang around for months while his buddy got bigger.