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Old 09-19-2013, 04:34 PM   #1
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I am happy to have found this site because I am new to aqurium keeping.

I purchased 3 African Clawed frogs last week and put them into a tank with a thermostat.

I then got some Guppies, Neons and a Siamese fighter. One thing I want to ask is why are Siams so expensive?

I have 2 male Guppies with 5 females that will breed to feed my Albino frogs.

At least the adults will be safe for the time being whilst the frogs are still small.

I am not sure about my Neons but Rambo will beable to defend himself against the frogs. Rambo is the Siam by the way.

I am 23 and still new to the tropical fish world.

Well, thats me.


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Old 09-19-2013, 04:40 PM   #2
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I personally don't think that SAE expensive but than again I own 30$ fish.... They are more expensive because they r harder too breed or catch... Welcome to AA thumb
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