I haven’t shared how our saltwater aquarium tank is doing for a long time. There have been too many projects that have been keeping me busy. While I am finishing up a WIP I thought I would do this quick post.
Thank goodness my husband feeds and takes care of our fish. If they waited for me to feed them, they would have to wait a long time, poor guys.
Here are some recent photos of these beautiful fish. They are fascinating to watch as they swim back and forth and in and out of the rocks effortlessly. As you look closely at the photos, notice how they do not like me standing in front of their water world with my phone in their faces. They are quite perturbed to say the least and keep hiding in the rocks and swimming faster in front of me back and forth. I think they know that I am not there to feed them but just to annoy them, which I do quite well. Ha!
Two blue damsels and Trigger
Trigger giving me the eye while ignoring me!
Damsel and Clown Fish
Clown and Wrasse doing their best to ignore me too!
Trigger being Trigger
Trigger moving the other way but keeping an eye on me!
Two clown fish and Wrasse – Clown fish is giving me some fish words – his mouth was going like crazy. I wish I could understand fish speak!
Overall view of tank with Wrasse, Clown, Damsels and Trigger (oops me in there too!)
We originally had six damsels – 5 blue and 1 black and white. But sadly there are only three blue damsels left now. Clown fish have a tendency to be very aggressive and territorial and probably attacked the damsels to keep them away from their little piece of the tank space on the left back corner. They don’t even like me to clean the outside of the tank with a cloth. They chase me back and forth and say a few choice fish words to me. I’ve relieved I don’t know what they are thinking or saying.
I will keep you abreast of what is happening in our tanks and if there are any new additions. Unfortunately, since the fish we have now are all territorial and aggressive, we cannot add any new additions to it. They would not survive.
I hope you enjoyed seeing my photos and learning about our tank. My husband has to take credit for how beautiful it looks. He works so hard to keep it this way. It’s not an easy job to do either. I wouldn’t be able to do what he does to keep it this way.
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Gorgeous fish and all have their own little personality.
Yes, they are just like any other pet. Thanks for stopping by, Darlene! hugs x
Aquaria are so soothing, watching the inhabitants. We had one for a while but it took a lot of work! I love your trigger fish giving you the stink eye!
🤣 Trigger can be quite intimidating at times. I’m glad I’m not a fish! 😅🥰
Your aquarium posts provide such joy!
Thank you, Annette! They give us joy just watching them. Happy Easter blessings to you and yours. 💕🌷🐣
Easter Blessings in return! ❤