- - GAH,I can't decide!!
|TheRummy ||12-07-2009 11:59 AM |
GAH,I can't decide!!
I just got a 29 gallon long aquarium and i cant decide between making it brackish and getting 2 green spotted puffers,or making it an amazon biotipe angel fish tank.
*cry* why cant puffers be friendly so i can have more fish with them
|TheRummy ||12-07-2009 12:12 PM |
I have a solution,south american puffer!!!
|LisaC144 ||12-07-2009 12:17 PM |
I like angels. Plus, you can add some other fish in with them for a nice variety in your tank. If you go with puffers, puffers will be it. Just offering my opinion since you asked :-)
|TheRummy ||12-07-2009 12:21 PM |
Yeah.i have decided i do not have the money for puffer upkeep (the salt,the snails,ect)
So am going to get angel fish and possibly move my dwarf gourami from my 10 gallon into the 29
|teddyzaper ||12-07-2009 09:54 PM |
just letting you know you probably wont be able to fit a angelfish in a 29, maximum of 2.
|Angel079 ||12-08-2009 11:47 AM |
You say you have a 29 that's rather long - What's the height of the tank...that's what Angel's need considering they like swimming for one and grow to a body size of about 6-7" (plus fins so your easily looking at 10-11").
I'd personally not house a Angel or two in anything smaller then a 45g. Maybe its worth while reading up on them before you purchase them and then get upset about it later on?
|Calmwaters ||12-08-2009 01:00 PM |
I agree with Angel.
|Major25 ||12-08-2009 01:25 PM |
I agree with angel as well, I thought about putting an angel fish into my 30 gallon when I first got it, but looking at some of the angel fish in the store and seeing how tall they are (fins included) I can see that even at 18 inches tall, my tank would have been a little limiting to them :/ I ended up starting out with three mollies, now I'm at 4 mollies and a baby (I think the baby came from the store when I got my fourth molly, the guy must have netted it accidentally along with the molly I picked out) I have to say, it's exciting to see the baby from time to time in the tank, it is hard to find!
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