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(link) DIY/ Homemade hides ~ supplies list: - Scissors - A sharpie to mark the cuts (optional) - Aquarium safe silicone (purchased for $4.50 USD per tube at Home Depot ~ used 4 - 2.8oz tubes, probably could have used LESS - Clean aquarium safe rocks/pebbles/gravel/stones. - clean plastic food storage container. (Rubbermaid, Gladware or Ziplock) - Some silk aquarium plants (optional) - Most importantly, a well ventilated clean flat work space & your imagination.

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DIY IKEA Shelf In-Home Aquaponics: Dubbed "Malthus," this Ikea-hacked project by Conceptual Devices pieces together a 100g fish tank, plastic grow beds, a pump and piping onto an IKEA Broder shelf, with wheels. Malthus is designed to be an in-home unit, and to grow one meal a day, a portion of fish with a side of salad ~ Tutorial with 3 nicely-drawn diagrams

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Ocean Sunfish Mola mola by Daniel Botelho, thewildmagazine: The Mola mola is the heaviest bony fish in the world weighing up to 1,000kg and can be as tall as it is long. It eats jellyfish. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ocean_sunfish #Ocean_Sunfish #Mola_mola

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Photo (Still, That Kind of Woman)

black goldfish. So beautiful. And just to be clear, it is NOT a beta! Ok? For all you people out there who might mistake this fish for a beta its a black goldfish. Thank you for your time.(:

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