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Old 01-26-2009, 06:34 PM   #1
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38g and 20g open tank

ok so im getting rid of the convicts soon so that opens my 29g then im moving my tropical fish from the 38g to the 29g except the guppies, the gups will live in a 10g. And i just got some new 20g's only keeping one. so i have a 20g and 38g tank. i want to use them to make money and get to experience some more about breeding fish. I have been told yellow labs would be nice. So they are one option. Anyone have any other thoughts for my 38g. I dont mind using the 20g as a fry tank as i want my fish to be healthy. And i dont want to stress my fish. thanks in advance for ideas.
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