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We went there twice. The first time service was okay. The next day when we went for dinner the service was terrible. We had to wait more than 1 hour to be served with food. The live fishes that we picked they didn't give us...
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Engineers at MIT have fabricated transparent, gel-based robots that move when water is pumped in and out of them. The bots can perform a number of fast, forceful tasks, including kicking a ball underwater, and grabbing and releasing a live fish. Exploring the Neon Red Lobster - Live Fish | Pet Care Corner by PetSolutions - PetSolutions Blog
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I was about to complain to the Walmart pet department about their fish. They don’t take care (let me rephrase that,….never) take care of their fish. It’s really sad, I am 25 years old and have been breeding fish for over 10 years, I have bred multifarious types of fish, from simple goldfish to lion fishes. Since I love fishes, while waiting for my husband in Walmart I looked at some of their live fish, I was heartbroken to see their state. The poor Bettas were dull and gray without their vibrant touch and active character, (this only takes place when they are stressed out, sick, or about to die, and trust me most of them were like this), and in the goldfish tank, hundreds of the goldfish were stuffed and on the bottom lay most of them, dead, with the other goldfishes feeding on them. They don’t even properly clean the tank, I know this for a fact because a clean tank would not have algae or foreign floating objects in it, and these tanks, all they had were algae and unknown things floating about…..most of all they had dead fish, who probably suffered from Walmart’s inappropriate care. It was a terrible sight. I really hoped that if they have no clue whatsoever on how to breed fish, that they abandon this department, Walmart may be a good place to shop for countless items, but for live fish it is is the worst……….WHOEVER DOES NOT WANT THESE BEAUTIFUL CREATURES TO SUFFER WOULD STOP BUYING FISH FROM WALMART!!!! IT IS A TERRIBLE ACT OF ANIMAL (fish) CRUELTY!!! (their fish supplies though are fine)…..Wal-Mart kills fish just to make a dollar please help to make wal-mart stop selling any live animals , Fish in poor conditions , fish in there own waste like the poor bettas in the cups with nasty low water left to die in a damn cup! of water .Walmart cant possibly make a high profit margin on these fish. They are one of the largest retailers in the world and though I’ve grown to love this monopoly we all know, but if they do not stop selling live animals then I will no longer be a customer. There is 6 Walmarts within a few mile radius from my house and not ONE has any ability to take care of a live being. Stop your cruelty I hope you burn.It’s too true, and too often..Walmart doesn’t give a crap about fish health or well-being, just money.. There fish are not specialized for dieting, they just feed every fish the same food.. Which any aquarium hobbyist knows is ridiculous..
that being said, I always try to get my cichlids from Walmart, simply to save their lives! Nothing makes me feel better as a fish lover,then to take the skinniest, sick liest looking african cichlid in the entire tank,.. And nurse it back to health and raise it up with care and love,to see it bounce back..rewarding..☺..but, if you don’t have that kind of time to devote to keeping your fish, it’s best to get them at Petsmart or Petco, or your local pet supply place. I totally agree with the former comments about Fish Supplies being cheaper.. I most often purchase all my stuff at Walmart for upkeep