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Old 11-06-2006, 07:39 PM   #11
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You might want to rethink tankmate compatability before getting another one. Seahorses really belong in a species specific tank.

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Lisa took the words out of my mouth. They need to be in a species only tank. They cannot compete for food from the others in the tank. I am not an expert on seahorses but I have been doing some research on them as I want to do a seahorse tank.



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This seahorse was given to me and thats the only reason I had it in there.since the price went up so high on them I dont think ill be having them in my tank

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