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Old 05-30-2013, 07:05 AM   #1
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Fish suppliers

Hi do any of you guys have any online fish supliers you would recommend
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Hi do any of you guys have any online fish supliers you would recommend
I recommend pet mountain, petsolutions, dr. Foster and smith, and of course, amazon.
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For live fish I mean btw
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For live fish I mean btw
Oh. Than go with petsolutions, live aquaria, or reliable sellers on eBay.
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Are these sites in the uk or USA ??
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Old 05-30-2013, 08:13 AM   #7
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Oh. Than go with petsolutions, live aquaria, or reliable sellers on eBay.
USA I'm pretty sure
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I need uk
Does it have to be in uk or can it be able to ship to uk?
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Also slightly off topic but it has regards to your tank in general.

I see you have some bala sharks . But your tank is way to small for them!



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Have to be uk really
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Does it have to be in uk or can it be able to ship to uk?
Would be expensive to ship across the pond.
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Yes pay I have 2 nd there tiny at the moment and not grown a smidge in 2 months there only like 6cm long
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Yes pay I have 2 nd there tiny at the moment and not grown a smidge in 2 months there only like 6cm long
That's probably because their growth is being stunted by the confines of the tank.
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Would be expensive to ship across the pond.
Ya that's what I thought. Lots of $ to ship across ocean.
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That's probably because their growth is being stunted by the confines of the tank.
Or because they are relatively slow growing without a strong diet.

It's best not to assume that the OP is harming their fish just because you went snooping on their profile...
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I've been told on here that they will need re homing in 6 months to a year there extremely happy and active and have a wonderful diet
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They have a wonderful diet and love to rock round with my tetras nd harlequins
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Or because they are relatively slow growing without a strong diet.

It's best not to assume that the OP is harming their fish just because you went snooping on their profile...
He was just trying to help. Keeping bala sharks in a 29g tank for anymore then a couple months is harmful.
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He was just trying to help. Keeping bala sharks in a 29g tank for anymore then a couple months is harmful.
No doubt he was trying to help, but why not PM the OP and let them know about his concerns?

But enough of this before we go too far off topic.
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