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Old 07-01-2013, 05:50 PM   #21
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Yep! Im buying another 40b haha.
They ran out of 40b i cried.
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Well, that's a different story -- I just don't understand anyone who would go out and purchase six, seven, eight, nine new tanks just because they're on sale. As for the elephant noses, be careful with those exotic guys -- I kept them years ago when I kept tropicals as a boy and we used to find them dead on the carpet the next day (apparent mass suicides). Of course, we didn't have the right cover on the tank at the time, but...

The elephants seem to be on the more exotic/delicate side and are seemingly sensitive to certain conditions; they are one of the most interesting-to-look-at freshwater fish species, though.
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Old 07-01-2013, 05:55 PM   #23
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Well, that's a different story -- I just don't understand anyone who would go out and purchase six, seven, eight, nine new tanks just because they're on sale. As for the elephant noses, be careful with those exotic guys -- I kept them years ago when I kept tropicals as a boy and we used to find them dead on the carpet the next day (apparent mass suicides). Of course, we didn't have the right cover on the tank at the time, but...

The elephants seem to be on the more exotic/delicate side and are seemingly sensitive to certain conditions; they are one of the most interesting-to-look-at freshwater fish species, though.
They really are so interesting to look at. My lfs just received a bunch and i was over excited and almost bought them on the spot before i realized i have no room for them right now. Once my industrial rack is set up. And everything is up and running i plan on buying them. Just talking about it gets me excited!
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Good luck with them.
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Old 07-01-2013, 06:01 PM   #25
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Good luck with them.
Thanks!
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Old 07-01-2013, 06:02 PM   #26
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Well, that's a different story -- I just don't understand anyone who would go out and purchase six, seven, eight, nine new tanks just because they're on sale. As for the elephant noses, be careful with those exotic guys -- I kept them years ago when I kept tropicals as a boy and we used to find them dead on the carpet the next day (apparent mass suicides). Of course, we didn't have the right cover on the tank at the time, but...

The elephants seem to be on the more exotic/delicate side and are seemingly sensitive to certain conditions; they are one of the most interesting-to-look-at freshwater fish species, though.
Well i need the tanks. I have a lot of fish, and im going to be breeding them
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Well i need the tanks. I have a lot of fish, and im going to be breeding them
*high five* me too!
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I don't have room for anymore tank ;(
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Thanks!
Share some pics when you get 'em.
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Well i need the tanks. I have a lot of fish, and im going to be breeding them
Oh, okay, well, again...that's a different story.
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I don't have room for anymore tank ;(
Buy industrial shelving!
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*high five* me too!
I only have room in my bedroom for my tanks so i moved everything out of my room other than my bed, dresser, and tv
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I already have it
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I already have it
Time to build an extension!
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It's cause i have to many snake cages. I got 2 40b 2 20l 2 exo terra terrariums. A 125, 45, 36, 2 10, a 5.5, and a 2.5. Planning on more since my rams are laying eggs all the time.
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It's cause i have to many snake cages. I got 2 40b 2 20l 2 exo terra terrariums. A 125, 45, 36, 2 10, a 5.5, and a 2.5. Planning on more since my rams are laying eggs all the time.
Oh! Well good luck with that!
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