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Old 06-20-2005, 07:51 AM   #21
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Man this topic is getting mighty touchy. There are other fish that are considered hardy. If you check out www.liveaquaria.com it will tell you what are considered beginner fish and are the most forgiving.

I think you already understand that fish cycling is not condoned here. But, I for one, cannot throw any stones in this area of discussion.
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Good night... I asked a simple question which needed a simple answer.

"Fluff"...thank you for your direct answer... "Lando" you took a left turn somewhere

Thank you all for your provided information!
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Then how has it been answered? ...I did not ask how to cycle a tank! I know how to cycle a tank, just was curious if there are other hardy fish out there.
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I hear cats do well to help cycle a tank...
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pmproflmao!!!!!! New suggestion over coctail shrimp is CATS!!!!!!

Hey atleast coctail shrimp are worth something you can atleast eat the shrimp. Cats are just useless!!!!

Just kidding cat lovers, before I get hate mail!!!
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"Lando" you took a left turn somewhere
Hmmm...must have been the bad directions
Hmmm...that brings us right back to not paying attention to detail
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