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Old 04-07-2011, 12:56 AM   #1
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decisions decisions

i'm starting up my 55g octagon tank..i've always had gravel growing up so i've already taken that out and for the past few months pondering which bottom i want to put in my tank..i've think i've settled on pfs..

but my problem is fish...i've had cichilds before and LOVEDDDD them..they were spunky and fun to watch...so much energy...which was originally what i put in this tank....

but i've always wanted this tank full of guppies..and to have them reproduce...they are pretty and fun to watch them grow and see tiny little babies....

how does any decide on what to put in your tanks...its tough! :p
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