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Well I decided it was time to join an aquarium forum seeing as I'm a member in a forum about every other aspect of my life, my Car, Truck, Droid, and many other miscellaneous hobbies, so an aquarium forum was only natural. After all, I was getting really tired of sifting through google for answers to questions that only truly experienced people could answer.
Current set ups:
I remember as a kid my dad had an amazing tank which I presume was about 35 gallons with a few angel's and other assorted tropicals, though they all died abruptly and he never restarted it. Other than that I never had any pet growing up. Now, some 15yrs later, my girlfriend got me 2 goldfish a sort of a joke for my birthday and I got hooked on fish keeping.
Hi there Biemowo,
Welcome to the forum/addiction. I started out with a 45 gallon hex that my bf bought for x-mas and am now suffering from MTS (multiple tank syndrome). I've got a 75 gallon community, 10 gallon betta, 5 gallon betta, and 5 - 2.5 gallon betta tanks. The 45 will be set back up when we build a family room this winter.
Hey, Welcome to the forum, looking forward to seeing you around.
I also have MTS, I started with a little 2.5 my girlfriend used to have as a child. I now have a 30 gallon cichlid, a 30 gallon semi aggressive, am working on a 30 gallon community. a ten gallon planted a 20 gallon cichlid grow out and a bunch of other little tanks with stuff in it. The fish are taking over the house so watch out for it. :p Ohhh and my girlfriend and I have decided to try to breed bettas :p that will be a lovely undertaking with a whole bunch of little tanks sitting around the house.
Welcome. Yes, you've got to watch for MTS. There are a lot of sufferers on here. First one tank, then another, then.... :lol:
Yeah I've had to talk myself out of getting a 20gallon-long tank...I have to have self control seeing as I live in a dorm room and its hard enough to maintain these two.
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Welsome to TFK, Biemowo. I, too, also started out with a Marineland 6gl tank, and now have five tanks set up, two gl, one 10gl long, a 75gl and my pride and joy, my 100gl Discus tank. All my tanks are planted, except the 10gl which serves as a Hospital/QT tank. Consider yourself warned...LOL.
We are really glad you joined us. :wave:
hello and welcome.
hope you'll be very happy here :)
this is one of the friendliest and informitive sites out there ....glad you joined us...have you tried any shrimps they dont need alot of space...see yah around..ADIOS...
Hi, and welcome to Tropical Fish Keeping forum.
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