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10 gallon tank
I'm interested in starting up a ten gallon tank and i want fish that can grow from 3 to 4 inches live in a schools look cool and eats like a pig low maintenance and very little requirements I'm talking rocks with like a cool ornament in the middle maybe 2 or 3 fake plants. i was wondering if you can help me out OH yea and i want it to be very durable i don't mean to sound like I'm ordering a new car but i want to get it right this time and hopeful also maybe they can have a life span of 4 years minimum SO please could you help me out i looked into mollies and they grow larger than 4 inches i looked into pictus catfish and they can grow fairly big then i looked into platys and they seemed to be cool but I'm still looking for something well lets say aggressive Ty and please get back to me.
Originally Posted by FDStation152
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Maybe I have a particularly shy discus then. When the praecox were in with her she would spend all day hiding back in the plants and would rarely eat. Took em out and an hour later she was swimming right up to the glass and wolfing down blood worms like there was no tommorow. Even the german rams tend to bug her when they get wound up (2 females and 1 male...so they are always squabbling)
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