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Old 11-01-2014, 02:59 PM   #1
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Does your school keep an aquarium?

I have a science teacher with a 55 stocked with three koi, a black moor, two common plecos, and a Julii Cory. The koi literally ate the moor's eyes. anyone else seen stuff like this or if you have a good tank, post! There's also a four hundred gallon cichlid tank which looks super cool so that's nice.
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Old 11-28-2014, 08:12 PM   #2
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I'm helping my biology teacher set up a breeding tank for guppies. The class room next to that has what I call the tank of terror. It's a ten gallon tank that had a beautiful angelfish ( must have died), three comets, two koi, some big corydoras, some sort of tetras, and guppies. We have an aqua phonics system with a roughly two hundred gallon pond stocked with tilapia and some mbuna.

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Old 11-28-2014, 09:59 PM   #3
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our math teacher has a 150 gallon with a bunch of fish no one can name or figer out
wishes to 1 day be a good fish breeder and a cheft on the side
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Yep. My school has a marine biology room with multiple tanks and coral probation tubs. In the class they are working on reproducing fish/inverts that haven't been propagated yet in captivity. Awesome work they do!
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Science teacher with endlers 20 g. 3 neon tetra and
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