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Old 03-18-2006, 01:00 AM   #1
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congo tetras

Just got 2 of them at Petco for 1.39 each!! They only had 2 left, there was no price for them so I asked and they just charged me for the price of australian rainbows. I wish I could've gotten more at that price! They're about 2" and healthy too, so I was highly amazed. Asking questions can be a wonderful thing, haha.
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Very nice. I just paid 8$ for 2 and they are only 3/4 - 1" each.. (put them in with the 3 adults I have in the tank now..)

Don't put neon's in the tank with them, and watch the serpae's trying to nip at their fins..
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The congos seem to be doing great! No nipped fins, eating voraciously and swimming out in the open.
I've never really liked neons anyway. I'm thinking of bringing the serpaes to a LFS, not sure yet though.
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