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Old 01-12-2013, 06:15 PM   #1
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mixing clown fish

Iv currently got a 125 long tank thats empty. Its up and cycled which took about 3 week using everything from my 30 fowlr. Id really like to get 2 pairs of clowns but have been hearing alot of different things from ppl about weather or not to mix clowns. Has anyone done thia or had any luck? Thanks.
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Many people keep multiple pairs of clowns but it must be done in a large tank. You should be fine with 2 pairs in a 125.
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Excellent thanks. If i were to do that id like to do a pair of platinum's and black percs. Now i just have to figure out what else to put in it. Haha this should be fun. Im utterly clueless.
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