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Old 03-14-2013, 10:07 PM   #11
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Oh, and the one I mentioned, 4 large goldfish in a 10 gallon... I forgot to mention the 8" common Pleco that is in there too.
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:15 PM   #12
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I was serious when I said seriously lol. I'd say my tank is pretty bad...

75 gallon tank, probably 40 fish in total.

I have Mbuna's, peacocks, OB peacocks, tropheus, cichlids from Victoria, 1pleco, 1 feather fin, 1 synodontis, 4 botia loaches( Angelicus) 3 botia loaches (Striata) and 2 tiger botia loaches, red tailed shark and Scats.

These are my Scats
Wow those scats are soo kool!! Like mega.

Edit* that is alot of fish but theyre cichlids so we'll let you off
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:40 PM   #13
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Wow those scats are soo kool!! Like mega.

Edit* that is alot of fish but theyre cichlids so we'll let you off
Haha thanks. The Scats are being re homed. They get about a foot!!
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Old 03-15-2013, 12:04 AM   #14
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3 angel fish, 10 guppys, one cory, one pleco, two shrimps, 6 gold fish( three of them with the two tails)................ in a 15 gallon. Needless to say i baught the tank from them and rehomed all of them except the guppys. When they got bigger moved them to a 40 gal tank. Goldfishes went to a lfs the rest of them went in a 75 gal tank
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Old 03-15-2013, 12:14 AM   #15
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3 angel fish, 10 guppys, one cory, one pleco, two shrimps, 6 gold fish( three of them with the two tails)................ in a 15 gallon. Needless to say i baught the tank from them and rehomed all of them except the guppys. When they got bigger moved them to a 40 gal tank. Goldfishes went to a lfs the rest of them went in a 75 gal tank
Thats shocking.
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Old 03-15-2013, 01:26 AM   #16
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a 30 gallon, 2 male bettas, 2 female bettas, 3 angelfish, i think like 5 neon tetras, a single albino cory, and a common pleco.

When I saw it, I was speechless. Mostly by the 2 males being in a tank together, then I saw a female with a hole in her from being bit, and the pleco was too big for the tank!
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Old 03-15-2013, 01:39 AM   #17
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I saw this video on youtube of this enormous pleco in a tank and all it could do is just sit there suctioned to the wall, could not swim at all. Crazy

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my HUGE 13 year old plecostomus fish! - YouTube

this guy disgusts me! --theres no way he doesnt think "oh hey! maybe I should get him a bigger tank!"
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That guy should be reported to animal cruelty !!! Where's the ASPCA
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my HUGE 13 year old plecostomus fish! - YouTube

this guy disgusts me! --theres no way he doesnt think "oh hey! maybe I should get him a bigger tank!"
That's horrible!!
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Definitely the worst stocking!!

I wish I hadnt looked it up, I cant get over how shocking it is to see such a big fish in such a tiny tank!
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