Bleeding Heart Tetra Wallpaper 1.2.5

Bleeding Heart Tetra Wallpaper

License:
Free
Price:
0.0 USD
Update:
Nov. 27, 2015
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Platform:
Windows
File size:
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Category:
Desktop Enhancements > Wallpaper

From digiaquascr

Bleeding Heart Tetra Wallpaper is a free animated desktop wallpaper that brings virtual Bleeding Heart tetra swimming around your desktop while you work. You will see a school of green fire fish swim closely together and you can put swimming Bleeding Heart tetra fish anywhere you want. The bleeding heart tetra is a hardy, peaceful tropical fish and a good one for freshwater fish beginners that practice good aquarium maintenance. It gets its name from the markings on its body. If you are into fish, ponds, and aquariums then Bleeding Heart tetra wallpaper will help your wishes come true.

TAGs: tetra wallpaper , bleeding heart

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