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Feeding the Fish on the Ground of my Fish Tank. Two Videos about the beautiful Life and Nature!

I thought I show two of my Videos where I did feed my Fish in the Fish Tank. These Videos are a bit older but still Videos I would like to share with you. In these Videos I did feed them with some kind of Pills called Tetra PlecoMin which dissolve after some Time in the Water and then the Fish can catch all the little Food-particles. And this is very great for the Fish which like to swimm on the Ground but it might happen that all your other Fish gets nosy too and want a piece of the Pie. 😀 Well watch these Videos how greedy they all can be!

I will tell you the Names of the Fish in these Videos in case you are interested in the Fish and want them in your Fish Tank too. So lets go…  The swarm smaller Fish with the black Wedge on the Side are called Harlequin Rasbora (Scientific Name: Rasbora heteromorpha). The swarm longish Fish with the black Stripe on the Side are called Siamese Algae Eater and sometimes Siamese Flying Fox (Scientific Name: Crossocheilus siamensis). And there is also another Fish but I think you dont see them often in these Videos but this last Fish is called Chinese Algae Eater and sometimes Sucking Loach (Scientific Name: Gyrinocheilus aymonieri).

So here is just another but similar Video I made, in case you liked the first one…

I really like this Hobby. Before sleeping, when I turn out the Lights in my Room in the Evening, I usually start keep an eye on the Fish Tank. This is pretty relaxing. But not only this. I learned a lot about Water, Nature and Creatures. I would suggest this Hobby to anybody but please read a lot before you put any Fish in a Tank. There is a lot you must know first! But you know thats importend nevermind if we think about get a Dog, Cat or any other Pet. We want to give them a beautiful Life! 🙂

Please comment if you have any Question or enjoyed the Videos.

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