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Old 07-01-2012, 03:36 PM   #1
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Rose danios??

A LFS carries Rose Danios. I've never seen or heard of them before and I trust the forum about information more than the pet store. I was wondering, are they very similar in behaviour to zebras? Are they top swimmers and how many are good for a school?
The tank is 20 gallons. Also are they hardy and easy to take care of?

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Never heard of them. Sounds like a neat fish.
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They're schooling, active fish just like zebras. Minimum of about 6. I believe you care for them the same way as zebras. They need lots of room to swim and are good dither fish.
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