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I'm new here and I cme from Indonesia which have many island incl. Sumatera and Borneo.
Very sorry my english not good.
That's a very faboulous site.
That's very ironic cause I live in Indonesia and we have many sources for tropical fish including Botia.
I could get good article to improve my knowledge about botia.
I hope we could share our knowledge from this site.
shafer wrote:Welcome to the new Loach Forum at Loaches Online.
I hope that I could get many information about loaches.
2 Years ago I have 2.5 thousand botia in my tank. It about 3/4 inch size. A half is death.
The year after that I keep 2 thousand for the same size and all gone in just 1 week.
For this year I plan keeping botia again.
Wiah me luck.....
Great site just as everyone said. Im a great lover of Clown Loach and just got 2 new babies! Garfield and Heathcliff (2 childhood orange and black striped cats lol).
They really are charecters and are sucj fun to watch. Had a few probs getting them onto the food but they now mostly have fat little tummys full of bloodworm and loach pellets, veg etc. Not too keen on cucumber.
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