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Old 07-16-2005, 06:14 AM   #1
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Its nothing special but im happy!

Two of my serpae tetras died, and I wanted to not only replenish my tetras, but get them to a schooling size of 15 fish. Well, at the moment serpae tetras are $2 a pop.. I would need 9 fish to get to 15 = $20 (with tax). Went to my local fishstore and I got babies for $1 NO TAX !
I only got 4 because they are so tiny I thought they might get picked on too much, or some how get eaten, but no! They are schooling with the big guys and doing really well.. so tomorrow I'll get the other 5 and I'll have 15 tetras for $10 cheaper!

If my camera cord wasn't broken id take pictures of them schooling with the larger tetras cuz its SO CUTE


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