Potter's Angels Spawning Video

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    Nice, now just raise a few. ;-)
     
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    Very nice!, do the clowns spawn?
     
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    That's awesome, William!
     
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    Very cool William!
     
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    Once Chad masters it and shares all of his secrets I might give it a try.

    Not yet - they are still to young. But they seem to be getting pretty close.
     
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    Its easy. All you need are some really small live copepods. And some filters. And some live algae to feed the really picky, really small copepods. And lots of patience, and time.

    No problem.
     

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