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Old 08-03-2006, 10:14 PM   #11
 
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Joe, both fish are from South America and thrive better if kept with tetras and other fish of the same origin.
Blue rams are very delicate. However if you are willing to keep them, do so if your tank has established.

I'd recommend you retrieve both cichlids if you know their basic requirements. I'd hate your friend's father for trying to kill the fish. He is the one to be blamed, not the fish.

The minimum size of the tank if you want to keep both is 40 gallons.

For a 10 gallons tank, you have to choose only one of the two. They'll thrive better if your tank is established.
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