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Old 03-24-2004, 09:29 PM   #1
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Can you put mollies with goldfish?? new babies when they get older...is that posible?
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Old 03-24-2004, 10:03 PM   #2
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No. Mollies are tropical fish, whereas goldfish are coldwater.
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Where did the goldfish come from? I don't recall reading about them before. Kansas, if you want goldies, read up on them. FWIW--they need lots of filtration and they are big waste producers. However, YMMV, but not by much You already know wysiwyg with those Mollies. I thought you were going to buy a larger tank for your growing Molly family?
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Menagerie, I am trying to find some homes for the babies once they get to be about 5 weeks old. One of the possible home asked if they could be with gold fish. I didnt know so I asked. My science teacher said that he didnt have the time to take care of the fish right now so I was asking some of my friends that would be good "fish parents" and the person had asked like I had already stated, in this run on sentence. I will invest in a bigger tank once I get back on the money train... if you know what I mean. I'm a 14 yrld gurl...I live in the make-up world...I kinda have to buy my own.
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Kansas, if your mollies were full grown, they could (and I mean phyically, as in not get eaten) live in the tank. However, they shouldn't..they take different foods, different temps, and they are messy!

I really don't have any room to speak, I have goldfish in my tropical tank ... but hopefully not for long! I'm gonna give a firm no, since you have other options! Good luck finding homes!
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Old 03-26-2004, 12:30 PM   #6
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I'm a 14 yrld gurl...I live in the make-up world...I kinda have to buy my own.
"make-up" world as in cosmetics? At that age you have beautiful, radiating skin and don't need to cover it up
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"make-up" world as in make believe? At that age you should get into the real world and get on the "money train" and get a bigger tank
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Lol. Making good use of the acronyms I see

I look forward to seeing/using the urajerk one.

That "make up" world thing sounds sorta like song lyrics from somewhere...

Ugh. The "real world". No rush I say! Enjoy your freedom while it lasts!!
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