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Old 05-20-2013, 10:45 PM   #31
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What type of fish did u want for ur 6 gal? ( sorry, I got sidetracked onto other subjects )
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What type of fish did u want for ur 6 gal? ( sorry, I got sidetracked onto other subjects )
Well we have a beta. My kids wanted a fish ASAP . But we are probably going to do neons and guppies. Maybe 3 neons and 2 guppies. Then have a snail or shrimp. Leaning more towards snails. After some of the things I've read up on shrimp.
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Everything sounds great to me
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Well we have a beta. My kids wanted a fish ASAP . But we are probably going to do neons and guppies. Maybe 3 neons and 2 guppies. Then have a snail or shrimp. Leaning more towards snails. After some of the things I've read up on shrimp.
I raise shrimp and snails. Snails r definitely easier to take care of.
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Cool. Thank you for all your advice. It's amazing some of thoughts u get from sales ppl.
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I raise shrimp and snails. Snails r definitely easier to take care of.
Yeh seems to me that way I will reserve them for a different setup.
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Yup. Hope u the best of luck on this tank and on any others.
If u have any other questions just post it and we'll answere ASAP
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Yup. Hope u the best of luck on this tank and on any others.
If u have any other questions just post it and we'll answere ASAP
Thanks a bunch. Maybe in couple months get bigger and saltwater.
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