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Old 01-18-2012, 07:49 PM   #1
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I am 52, getting back into aquariums after a log dry spell. As a teenager, I was in to it big for some reason.?? I had great sucess breeding BIG angel fish and Beta's. I had lots of live plants too. After doing much recent research, I do not know how I did it. I never tested water or anything at all that you are suppose to do!. Well, I am trying the educated approach this time. Wish me luck. I will be posting questions to the experts!!!
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Welcome to AA a great place!!! Any tank you might get? Or wanna get!
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