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Old 06-07-2014, 11:04 PM   #1
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Hello from the twin cities

After weeks of looking at different tanks and stands I've finally taken the plunge and bought my first tank. It's a 36 gallon bow front tank. I'm not sure what to put in it after it's done cycling, but I know I'd like a few different mixes of fish so I can have something for the kids to look at when they come over.

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Welcome to the forum. Good luck with your new tank. Before adding different fish, here is a helpful link that can help you to determine what types of fish are compatible together :

This site also tells you what size tank is needed for the fish to grow & thrive in. It also tells you how to cycle the tank before adding fish.

Good luck . Post some pictures when you are stocked.
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