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Old 12-12-2013, 11:36 PM   #1
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Odd balls

Nobody know fish that look similar to a shark only have a 29 gallon tank thanks and any odd balls too lions, eel, ect. Thanks!
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Nobody know fish that look similar to a shark only have a 29 gallon tank thanks and any odd balls too lions, eel, ect. Thanks!
Isn't this the third time you've asked for suggestions on oddball fish? I distinctly remember giving you a list of fairly easy to acquire oddballs that would fit in your tank.
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Yah I know but still trying to see if there is anything else to be offered you know? I looked at all the fish the leaf fish were cool but still ate fish and inverts I liked wasp fish a lot but could find any under the cast of like 50 bucks I don't have the money for that!!!!
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How about this idea.

Stock the tank with affordable normal fish for now. Keep a blenny, some clowns, or other beginner fish. When keeping these fish you can get the hang of maintaining a saltwater tank with fish that are a bit more hardy than those that you really want to keep. While doing that keep an eye on craigslist for tanks for sale. I've seen multiple 75g+ tanks for sale at around $100 each. A tank that size will really open up a lot of possibilities in fish choices.
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Just keep it in one thread, much easier for everybody.
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Ok haha I'm just anxious to get my aquarium and am a little nervous being the first one and all so I want to make it right.... ok so back to the other thread
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Just saw a circus goby anybody know about them... beautiful fish though what does it eat?
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