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post #11 of 11 Old 02-16-2010, 02:37 AM Thread Starter
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I can't add live plants because I don't have the proper lighting, and I don't want to buy it at the moment.

I feel horrible taking happy fish from my tanks and giving them to the pet store. :( Their tanks are always wayyy overcrowded and/or dirty... I assume that if it's not sold within a few days it's probably going to die. And odds are with that type of fish it's probably going to go to some stupid person's tank where it will be overcrowded and die either way. If it becomes very necessary, I will though.

I'm not sure I even want to have angelfish anymore but I'm keeping them because I can't part with them. :p And it was a lot of work getting the babies to survive!

@MOA: I've already checked on that website and I know my fish tank is a bit overstocked. It's at like 113% or something.

I won't add anymore fish, but I think I'll be keeping the ones I currently have. Maybe, maybe get rid of 2 balloon mollies if need be.

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