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  1. I have a 15 gallon seasoned tropical tank with a large anubius. I want to get some new fish in soon but i'm not sure what I should go for. Any tips? I'm more than interested in adding plants to suit their needs as well. My only concern are fish that constantly breed as I am not in a situation where I can sell or rehome fry. I appreciate any suggestions!
  2. Hey Guys I am somewhat new to the hobby. Bred Guppies 10 Years ago but I moved so now I have different water. I have 2 water options 1# RO with pH of around 7.8 to 8.0 and 2# Hard Well water with pH 7.0, Calcium 200ppm, Magnesium 70ppm, Sulfate 438 ppm, TDS 845ppm, Hardness 45 gr/Gallon, Manganese .400ppm. My quiestion is what water options would you guys pick and what to add for good water for tropical fish. Like Guppies,Anglefish,Mollies,Swordtail,Corydoras,exc Thanks
  3. Has anyone created a fish education week? I would love to have an excuse to post things like “goldfish DO grow past the size of their tank” and “bettas need at least 5 gallons and a heater” on my social media. I could just post it on my own, but if I can say, “It’s fish education week!” I would seem less snobby. XD If there isn’t one, maybe @Cory and @Chrissy and the other fishtubers can choose one?
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