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Snails (More fun than I thought)
Old 10-10-2009, 11:06 AM   #11
 
our walmart never has any one in fish i normaly have to get some one from cosmeticksand they sling the fish out the water and on the floor!!!! they also will sell a 9 yaer old 2 oscars 1 placo and a dragon goby for his 10 gallan and say its all good. i talked to his dad and he said it wont lkast long anywhay
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Old 10-10-2009, 12:58 PM   #12
 
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I must agree clearwaters! snails are fun. i have an apple snail in my live bearer tank, about 3 inches or so, he/she is the coolest! they will eat anything that is dead or decaying though (apple snails) which is nice. They even seem to have their own little personalities. mine is VERY active and will even eat out of my fingers!! have fun with it, they are GREAT!!
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Old 10-19-2009, 02:20 PM   #13
 
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I got a few ramshorn snails as freebies from the breeder when I bought some fish some time ago.

They're an effective cleaning crew, especially in my betta tank, since my betta is quite the messy feeder. The betta pecked a few times on the snail's shell but after learning that it's too big and hard to eat, he just leaves it alone.
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