spotted my gouramis courting and spawning in both tanks. both males have made bubble nests and are very protective of them. if i get babies im upgrading to a 55g 🤣

having surgery in october and im super nervous to go under again. on the plus side, my mom is coming up from texas to be with me during the procedure. you're never too old to need your mom imo.

sorry for lack of updates, been crazy busy at work with the covid spike in the area, our clinic is super crazy atm. im still alive, sending love to you all xoxo

Sorry I haven't been active. My life is falling apart and I just don't have any motivation anymore.

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feeling sick, took a covid test and came back negative so thinking i may have a sinus infection. ugh wish i could stay home from work but it being my first 90 days im scared to :/

Getting my longfin green dragon pleco today along with some assassin snails!pretty damn excited (my dream fish that got me interested into the hobby)

the body shop never called to let me know my car was ready so now i have to pay out of pocket for the 4 days i had the rental car without me knowing UGHHH. the universe does not want me to have money

BREAKING NEWS: The Center for Whale Research just announced that a new calf was spotted with K20 “Spock”.
This is the first calf born into K Pod since 2011. The Center has stated once they are able to survey this population they will confirm the identity of the mother and assign it an alphanumeric designation.

CONGRATS K POD!!! HAPPY MOTHERS DAY!!!

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Mother of the year. Olare Motorogi Conservancy, #Kenya. © Yaron Schmid (Photographer of the Year 2022 entry)
#MothersDay2022

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Plesiosaurs evolved awkward long necks thanks to their big bodies newscientist.com/article/23180 by Riley Black

An ultra-long neck would seem to put aquatic #plesiosaurs at a disadvantage, but it turns out their big bodies helped avoid drag while swimming.

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