Angel's delight.

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Gingerlove05 wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 14:19 pm Yep that one :D
It looks amazing doesn't it.
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It does :) makes me wonder if you’d find them like that wild
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Gingerlove05 wrote: Sat Oct 17, 2020 18:13 pm It does :) makes me wonder if you’d find them like that wild
You would need a canny sized net. :)
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There's not the depth for full on shoaling in the bit of water in this video but you can see the fish density. I think these are Red Eyes and Cardinals. I haven't watched with sound on so I'm not passing any judgement on the contents.
For those just looking for underwater shots of wild tetras, First bit of snorkeling at 2:45, longer bit at 3:54, Third at 5:18 (Best one imho, water's murky but lots of shoaling). Fourth at 8:55, Fifth at 10:33, Sixth at 11:03.
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Brilliant that @Martinspuddle thanks.
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Just goes to show: most tanks are far too clean and far too bright. Subdued light and a bit of murk will go a long way.

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The fry are wriggling and will probably be free swimming tomorrow or friday. The parents guarding of the fry is getting better again.
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Another great video Andy.
Those angels are certainly keeping the rummies at bay. :]
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The shimmer off them as the really chase the rummys is impressive. I also like how the rummys seem to know there’s a “bubble” around the angels spawn site, but still try and get too close ROFL
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