I thought "gaggle" was geese, "giggle" was a bunch of teenage girls, and "goggle" was a group of Celestials!86 ssinit said:Sorry I hate to have to correct you but... it’s a gaggle of Cory’s not a herd .
Where's the substrate?? Sand would be appropriate I think...lol!jjohnwm said:Pretty high bio-load in that tank...
Now stop we all know what Goggle is... the way we get on the internet. Come on celestials?? .Momgoose56 said:I thought "gaggle" was geese, "giggle" was a bunch of teenage girls, and "goggle" was a group of Celestials!
Play sand to be exact. I do remember seeing them in my kids sand pit.Momgoose56 said:
I have one of those in a different tank! They are pretty coolWildType said:
Yeah, Synodontis just come in so many variety’s. I would prob have to go to the ER if mine stabbed me. Since mine are so big they have really big spines, luckily I have never been stabbed, yetFeohw said:Currently I only have a starlight pleco that hides a lot... not very interesting, but I like him a lot. The coolest and most interesting I've ever had was a Synodontis Decorus - the clown squeaker. When I picked it up to add to the tank it gave me a huge shock by shrieking/squeaking quite loudly. I was given it with a tank by a guy who didn't know what it was, so I didn't know its common name and had no idea a fish would squeak. It was so random and shocking that I didn't notice it was the catfish making the sound at first and didn't realize that it had stabbed me in the hand with its spines until about half an hour after. That was a bit strange as there was a little bit of blood and it stung too!!! The way he looked and behaved was really great - would have loved to keep him but the tank was intended for smaller fish that likely wouldn't have been to happy to see him.
Seems Synodontis are quite popular!!