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About jonothetigger

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  1. Flat tank !!

    Thanks hope I can get a decent tank in then I can come down and see tou All again
  2. Flat tank !!

    Cheers hopefully it will have concrete floors I don’t think it will as it’s a converted house
  3. Hi All just about to hopefully move in to a upstairs flat and is wondering if I can put a 4x2x2 tank with two sumps (100gallons) or do I need to downsize?
  4. just got this email though offering a free mobile for any 16 - 24 year old ! Free really is free. Blyk, the only free mobile network for 16-24 year olds. * Get 217 free text messages and 43 free minutes, every month * That’s over £300 worth of free texts and minutes every year * No contract, no catches and topping-up is up to you * Get offers, messages and updates from the brands you like * You can even bring your own number have a look click here but then would they know if your 16-24 ?!!?
  5. seahorses in cornwall waters !!!

    off a car forum !!!
  6. earthquake in camborne

    I had this sent to me today via email oompf.gif A major earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale hit in the early hours of this morning, with the epicentre in Camborne. Victims were seen wandering around aimlessly muttering, "Was on boy?" and "Bleddy 'Ell!!". The earthquake decimated the area causing approximately £30 pounds worth of damage. Several priceless collections of mementos from the Ford Escort Appreciation Society and the Camborne Community Hall was damaged beyond repair. Three areas of historic burnt out cars were disturbed. Many locals were woken well before their welfare cheques arrived. Radio Cornwall reported that hundreds of residents were confused and bewildered, still trying to come to terms with the fact that something interesting had happened in the area. One resident, Tracey Sharon Salmon, a 15-year-old mother of 5 said, "It was such a shock, my little Chardonnay Mercedes came running into my bedroom crying. My youngest two, Tyler Morgan and Megan Storm slept through it all. I was still shaking when I was watching Jerry Springer the next morning on my 42 inch flat screen Panasonic". Apparently though, looting, muggings and car crime carried on as normal. The red cross has so far managed to ship 4,000 crates of Marmite to the area to help the stricken locals. Rescue workers are still searching through the rubble and have found large quantities of personal belongings, which include; benefit books, Cornwall Rugby shirts, jewellery from Argos and bone china from an extinct shop called "Big W". *****************HOW CAN YOU HELP***************** This appeal is to raise money for food and clothing parcels for those unfortunates caught up in this disaster. Clothing is most sought after. Items most needed include;- baseball caps, tracksuit tops (his and hers), Shell suits (female), white sport socks, sturdy boots and any other items usually sold in Op shops. Food parcels may be harder to come by, but are needed all the same. Required foodstuffs include, Crisps, Donner Kebabs, Mcdonalds, Ice cream and cans of Red Bull, Bacardi Breezer or Special Brew. If you would prefer to donate money, 25 pence buys a biro for filling in the compensation forms, £5.00 buys chips, saveloys and gherkins, crisps and blue fizzy drinks for a family of 9; £10.00 will pay for a packet of Benson and Hedges and a lighter to calm the nerves of those affected. PLEASE do not send tents for shelter, as the sight of posh housing is unfair on the population of the neighbouring areas (ie Beacon, Troon and Pengegon)

    WOW "Tank Dimensions 12, 6', 3.5' "
  8. seahorses in cornwall waters !!!

    you would not believe where i got the post from !!!
  9. seahorses in cornwall waters !!!

    just skimming other forums and come across this report !!! RARE SEAHORSES SWIM THROUGH UK’s HIDDEN MEADOWS Just a few metres away from holiday makers on the Devon and Cornwall coasts are secret undersea meadows of rippling seagrass, home to numerous species of animal, including two species of rare seahorse, and vital to commercial fisheries. It is not just tourists that have the missed the importance of seagrass. Students at the University of Plymouth only discovered one meadow a few years ago as marine ecologist Martin Attrill explains: ‘We had some students working on a diving project at Looe in Cornwall and they discovered a large bed of these plants growing under the sea not far from the main tourist beach. Seagrass (Zostera marina) are not related to seaweeds instead they are true plants, look like reeds and have fine, soft leaves about half a metre long.’ ‘Seagrass meadows are important because many species are dependent on them for all or part of their life cycle and they have a much higher biodiversity than surrounding habitats. The most exciting inhabitant I think is the seahorse. We have two rare species in the UK, one of which is hardly ever seen and was found by accident. Other species of interest are shellfish, cuttlefish, crabs, pipefish and commercial fish such as sea bream.’ ‘Seagrass beds also have other important roles such as protecting the coastline from the buffering of waves and in some places binding the sand together to stop its erosion.’ ‘Seagrasses can be seen at low tide and as they grow in shallow water, but are easily damaged by dragging anchors and amenity fishing. I would like more people to know about seagrass to help us to conserve this vital ecosystem and the species that are dependent upon it.’ The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth has some examples of the species that depend on seagrasses,including the Long Snouted Seahorse Hippocampus ramulosus and H. hippocampus which is mainly found in the Channel Isles with an occasional find in Plymouth. Seagrass meadows can be seen in resorts such as Salcombe and Torquay in Devon and even in Plymouth Sound. - ENDS -
  10. whats it like under the sea !!??

    What is life like under the sea? Is it a dogfish eat dogfish world? Is everyone united for a common porpoise? Or do they all split off in their own special groupers? Well, one tragic story indicates it's not so perfect down there. There was once a brilliant sturgeon on the staff of the community health fishility. He was in fact one of it's flounders. Wiser than salmon, a fin fellow who would never shrimp from his responsibilities, he was successful and happy and always whistled a happy tuna. One day one of his patients, a mere whipper snapper, started trouting around telling everyone the sturgeon's treatments had made him more eel than he had been and the conked him with a malpractice suit. Well, the sturgeon was in a real pickeral. The board chased him off the staff and demanded his oyster. But fortunately the case smelt to high heaven so the judge denied the plaintiff's clam. The board tried to hire the sturgeon back but by then he had hit the bottlenose pretty hard. But what's really shad about the story is that the sturgeon ended up on squid-row...
  11. best ebay item !?

    its was on ebay for sale and heres the other websites the island site cant find the site for the under water room
  12. best ebay item !?

    whats your best ebay item you have found or seen on ebay ? this has just ended !! man made island !!! or a under water room
  13. holiday anyone ???

    i would love to stay at this hotel !! clicky here
  14. DIY Auto Top Up Unit

    looking good ! i need some thing like that if i had the space!
  15. Atomikk's Coral Pictures

    nice set up some nice colours in there !