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Old 01-10-2013, 08:23 PM   #1
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What do you think?

Hi everybody!

I used to be a member here, and love the advice, but needless to say, I forgot my username, its been a while.

I am in a dilemma, that isn't really a dilemma, but I could use some help!

I purchased a 75G aquarium in the summer, with an eheim (I think 2217 or 2219) filter. I was planning on using it as a tank for an Oscar, because I had wanted one for a long time, but, he jumped out of an area of the tank and my cat ate it

So, now I have a community tank that is in my 37G and an empty 75G.

Here is what I am not 100% sure to do.

I debated selling the 75G, but I don't think I can get back what I have put into it. So, I thought about selling my 37G and moving the fish in there into my 75G, and perhaps getting a few bigger show pieces (perhaps a pair of blood parrots). However, I do not know if this is what I want.

I also debated keeping both tanks, and turning the 75G into my original plan of an Oscar tank, or possibly getting a school of piranhas. Again, I am not 100% sold.

Another option was to turn my 75G into a community tank, and then I was debating getting goldfish for my 37G as I do enjoy goldfish.

I am not really sure what I want, so I was hoping some of you guys/gals would be able to help me out

I am open to any other suggestions!

Thanks
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Old 01-10-2013, 09:03 PM   #2
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Get a couple of nice fancies for the 75g. They are showpieces in themselves and theres no risk of them jumping. I know others will have opinions as well but this is just my take if your interested in goldies.
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I agree if your interested in goldfish a 75g would be ideal for some fancies.
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Old 01-12-2013, 10:37 AM   #4
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Thanks for the input so far everyone! Does anyone else have any cool ideas? I really am not sure lol.
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