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Old 12-26-2004, 07:34 PM   #11
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Sorry to say, but I agree with everyone else. Take one back. A 35gal is way too small for two dwarfs. Sorry. On the subject of LFS, if they told you it would be okay, find another one to shop at. If you look around you will find one that is educated and cares about the fish. Even if you have to drive a bit farther it is worth it in the long run.
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I don't think the tank divider would work. Even if the aggresion stopped it may start up once you take out the divider.

You should print out any info on keeping dwarf angels, and take it in with you. Just in case they give you any problems with the return.
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you describe the fish combination i want.... but i would be very cautious about adding two angels in a small tank like yours. i have a 45g tank and wouldn't do it.

take one back..... and get some less agressive mates.

check my signature.. i have a coral beauty living fine with many others.
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what about a 90 gallon???
do u think that is too small???
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Yes, a 90 gallon would still be too small for 2 dwarf angels.

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from what i know, angel and angel together is bad unless you have at least a 6 foot tank with lots of hiding spaces.
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