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Old 06-05-2013, 12:42 AM   #11
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Yeah true especially when I got to my local saltwater fish store and I pick up a saltwater fish, coral or invertebrate sometimes they stop me to say " you know that's for saltwater only right" and say "yeah I know". One guy there has gotten to know me and he is a marine biologist so when all the good stuff comes he tends to inform me about early. Otherwise no one does any thing remotely fish wise around me especially around my age
Oh thats cool! And yeah its just to bad that not a ton of teens are in the hobby!
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Hey welcome to AA
I'm 15, and I did start with a 2.5 betta tank, now in two years I have a 29 gallon, the 2.5, a 55, and a future koi pond
Cool. You are going to get a koi pond.
Digging it and putting liner or getting a pre made liner?
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Yeah very true but i guess it all depends in where you live and not everyone supposedly has the time but we fish hobbyist find the time
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Wow! There are so many 15 year olds here! Lol.
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Wow! There are so many 15 year olds here! Lol.
Haha yeah. Just posted a thread about teen aquarists to see how many there actually are! Feel free to comment!
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Yeah very true but i guess it all depends in where you live and not everyone supposedly has the time but we fish hobbyist find the time
Lol. We just cram the fish time into the schedule. If you are in an apartment, that limits your tank options because you can't have a tank that heavy.
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Haha yeah. Just posted a thread about teen aquarists to see how many there actually are! Feel free to comment!
What is the title?
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Lol. We just cram the fish time into the schedule. If you are in an apartment, that limits your tank options because you can't have a tank that heavy.
Thats very true, same with older houses. I can't get a big tank on my main or upper floor cuz our floor joists can't hold it! :/
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Whats up! I started when i was 14 with a 20 gallon with neon tetras, cherry barbs, and some corys.

Now i am 15 barely a year later and have

55g with
Salvini
Convict pair
Jewel pair
Small tiger oscar (soon to be sold)

55g divided in half temporarely
1 red devil
1 red oscar

150g with
No fish its cycling but wil have6 jaguar cichlids on friday

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1 jack dempsey healing from a frightful night
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