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scirracco - 2005-07-03
my fishes name is nightmare. it is the best fish ive ever had. it is so lively. it keeps me company. it cheers me up and does a good job at it!

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Sarah - 2005-07-03
I started out with two fish. One of them died.I got another fish. That one also died. So I got Another fish. And guess what? It died to. So I decided to get one more fish because my only tough fish was getting pretty depressed because all his friends kept dieing. Well, I was gone for a week right after I got this new fish. My family had been taking care of them while I was gone. When I came home, my new fish was dead, and had given my good old fish that I had had for a year, a disease. I had noticed when I got the fish that there was one fish kind of laying around the bottom but I didn't really think any thing of it. So my advice to you is to make sure, when you are looking to buy a fish, that every single fish in the tank at the pet store looks healthy and energetic.

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Animal-World info on Shubunkin Goldfish
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Kym and Brendan - 2005-07-03
We have two shubunkins called Sub Zero and Momus.
They are very lively ( sometimes a little bit TOO lively)
Sub zero has already made an escape attempt but was rescued from the carpet.
As long as they stay in the tank..and don't try to run/swim away we are very happy with them

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Karen - 2005-07-03
I purchased 3 parrot fish that were entirely black. As they have grown, one is almost white, the other orange, and the third black and orange. They continue to change colour.

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Animal-World info on Oscar
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Natalie - 2005-07-03
I have had Oscar's on and off for 10 years. A friend of mine normally takes the adults once they have outgrown a 50gallon tank. She owns a 150gallon tank and they love it. They are very intelligent fish, have a hearty appetite, and always seem to keep busy. Most people want fish to be lively colored and Oscar's are not the first on their list. I however think they are brilliantly marked, the albino's, the orange specks, all of them offer a variety of color. The best thing is the personality though. They always seem to "spring" clean, and when they are really hungy they pick up a mouthfull of gravel and throw it at the tank. Gee how appropriate. But I wouldn't trade them for the world. Make sure you read up on them before purchasing one, two, or a bunch. They do grow rapidly and quite big. So be prepared.

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sean piel - 2005-07-03
I have a 4-5 inches long one and it is a beautiful orange, and has kind of an orangish white fade to the bottom. I still cant tell what sex it is. it is super agressive towards my other fish and it is in a seperate tank! He loves frozen krill cubes. i have him/her in a 55 allon tank by himself and he is still getting use to it. They are MAJOR diggers... well mine is. I dont really have any advice except feed them three times a day.

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samkit - 2005-06-30
Al was about one inch long when I bought him, now he's about four and a half, I think (I'm bad at judging such things). Very shy, will swim and hide under the tree stump decoration. I have a small school of Neon Tetras in the tank as well and have had no problems between the species (that I've seen). Fin rot withered down Al's pectoral fins and added a split in the middle of his tail, but that doesn't seem to have bothered him. I've occasionally seen him stuck to the glass or nibbling algae growth off the outside of the tree stump, so he's doing his job. Even though he's so shy that I rarely see more than just his head in the entrance of the tree stump, I still think he's very beautiful and would definately add a Chinese Algae Eater to any future fish communities.

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logan - 2005-06-30
i have had my oscar for almost a year now and he has such a personality, i now hand feed him chunks of squid and feeder fish, this fish is very hardy i'v never had a problem with him. i also have a bumblebee cichlid which i'm teaching to hand feed also. they are great tank mates.

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jen - 2005-06-28
I have a 30 gallon tank with a small bala shark, a couple congo tetras, and a couple other small fish. there is also a blue gourami. i recently added a gold gourami and all its been doing is picking on the blue one constantly! it rams its sides and tries to bite its fins when feeding and chases it all around when not. its strange because it doesnt pick on any of the other smaller fish. i read that the males have longer pointier dorsal fins and from this gathered that the gold one is male and the blue one is female. perhaps that is why. someone else said that golds are known to be more aggressive. whatever the reason im scared hes gonna kill the other one : (

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Animal-World info on Fancy Guppies
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isma35 - 2005-06-28
Since I was small I have had guppies. Now I've 4 males and 7 females in my 10 gallon tank. I recommend if your going to breed them you get many plants for your tank, they could be real plants(make sure they're not poisonous, becuse both the adults and the fry might eat them). The plants are for the fry to hide from the adults. If you decide to have plastic plants it is ok because they won't make the water so dirty.

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