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Old 03-03-2012, 03:42 AM   #11
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Are they any nicer if they have others like them in the tank?
No unfortunately they Get more aggressive to there own kind like red tailed black sharks. So only get one per tank
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:55 PM   #12
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They are definitely flying foxes...Are the siamese flying foxes the algae eater ones? I am a little confused...
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Thank you guys for all the info tho!
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The tank I have right now is a 20 gallon and I wont be getting any new fish til I get a new tank. I am currently trying to get a 29 or a 40 gallon one and I just wanted to know some different fish options! I am pretty sure I am set on the least killifish tho
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They said they were flying foxes but it is petco they could be wrong right? I looked at them for quite a while...Does it make any difference if they moved really quickly? I really liked them but Im not sure if I wanna get one now if they get aggressive...Should I wait and try to find the nice ones?
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If they were flying foxes, they would most likely become REALLY aggressive in a 20 gallon.
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Ya I am not getting any new fish til I get a bigger tank and I was just looking for some new ideas
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