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Old 07-14-2013, 02:01 AM   #1
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Wal-Mart Tank (A starter kit)

I know, but hear me out!

I got a big 55 Gallon Salt Water tank. I just want to do something different and on the cheap side. I like the 3 gallon Hawkeye tank.

- Walmart

I was just wondering what fish would you do well in this tank? I know a Betta could do well, but I don't know if I would like a Betta. Guppies?
Any thoughts on what I can do with this kind of tank. I got everything I would need already as I had a freshwater seat up.

In all honesty I might go with the 5 gallon starter kit and replace the filter with my marineand filter that went on my 29 gallon tank.

I don't know, I like the cylinder shape and would most likly have it on my computer desk. Thanks for any input!!

Fish Sticks, the best thing you can do with your dead fish.
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Old 07-14-2013, 02:21 AM   #2
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if you went with a 5 gallon you could do a freshwater pea puffer. 3 gallons you could only do shrimp. guppies should be housed in 10+ gallon tanks
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