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Old 05-27-2013, 02:22 PM   #1
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Moving

I will be moving to a new state, and am wondering what to do with my fish tanks? We are moving about 6 hours away, so a pretty lengthy treck for fish I would say.

I have a 10 gallon, that is currently WAY over run with platys. I've had platys before and had them breed, but they were NEVER as successful as this pair. I just dont know what to do with them. Any ideas here would be helpful. Anyway, I would like this tank to remain a platy tank in the new house. Do I somehow move them, or just start over when I get moved into the new house?

The other tank I have is 25 gallons, and I'm not overly thrilled with the current stock. Angels, platys, corys, danios, and a blue ram. I may consider switching this to a semi aggressive tank after the move depending on what happens and if I can get soem of them rehomed.

Anyway, if I can't rehome the fish, they are all coming with us, but how do I go about moving everyone and everything? Thanks.
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