||06-30-2007 06:54 AM
I've had fish on and off my whole life, starting with gold fish at about age 3 to a freshwater aquarium at about 9, then various live-bearers on and off since then in smaller arrangements. I'm particularly a fan of guppies!
Currently, I've got two tanks set up, which were done just recently; there's my main tank, which houses three male fancy guppies, six female fancy guppies (normally), two mollies, one molly fry (who made its way accidentally into the net, and so came home with me) and two African Dwarf Frogs. The second tank is a fry tank, which has two of my female guppies in it at the moment; they're due to give birth soon, so I'm just waiting for the square shape to appear before popping them into the birthing box. The rest of my females all look to be expecting too, though they're nowhere near as big as the two already in the tank.
Within my flat, there are other fish - my flatmate's got a betta, and there's another tank which did have a goldfish-type in it (one of those black ones with buggy eyes), which sadly died this morning, a cleaner fish and some neon tetras. They're my flatmate's responsibility, though.
Other than that, I've got two budgies, one dwarf hamster and three lovely rabbits.