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Can firemouths be kept on their own?
Can firemouths be kept on their own? I am still making up my mind on what to get!
Yes they can they don't need company. I will say they may do better and exhibit more natural behavior if kept with other fish but I don't see a firemouth doing badly on it's own as a "wet pet".
"responsible fish keeper?... Didn't know there was any other kind"
I am not retarded I just can't spell
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