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    that's it! i'm going to do a "stealth tank" soon. it's going to comprise stealth heaters, ghost knives, black phantoms, and invisible cories!!! lol































    i'm just kidding by the way. lol

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    I went to the store to buy corys, but couldn't find any. The clerk couldn't help me because he couldn't see them either. They really should label which tank has the invisible corys in it. :oP

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    Other things cories love (at least mine do) are frozen bloodworms, shrimp pellets, algae wafers and tropical tablets. Of course my other fish love them also so it is feed mania around here usually.
    Take heart....it took about 4 months for my laser cories to start popping out regularly. Try dropping some of the above foods near their hiding place to see if you can entice them out. Plus, since the other fish will probably go after the food you might see if someone is picking on them when they do try to jump out after the foods. Another trick is to feed them at night since they are typically night fish. Eventually, as long as noone is pestering them, you should begin to see more of them. Some cories are real skittish and take a long time to get comfortable with the fact that it is okay to come out during the day and to realize that is when the goodies come.
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    Ahhh, the way to a fishes heart is through his stomach, lol. I know it's the only reason my fish are excited to see me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbeys_Mom
    Ahhh, the way to a fishes heart is through his stomach, lol. I know it's the only reason my fish are excited to see me.
    my cats do that too! lol

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    Heck my oldest daughter is getting to be like that! She is hitting the "chubby" stage just before full blown puberty and can't stop eating!
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    I'm still at that stage (other then the puberty thing, past that) and I'm almost 30. :)

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