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  1. I work at a group home for children in state custody and I just got the green light to bring up a 55gal aquarium for my office. I already have a 10 gal community tank, a 5 gal betta condo, and I want to have an awesome nice 55gal setup too. I had thought about keeping a rainbowfish community since the are very colorful and active, but the thought just occurred to me that I could have a "wet pet" that the kids could name and interact with. What suggestions do you have? I am open to other community type setups too. TIA
  2. Hey guys I generally prefer community tanks but I do want a single tank with a large impressive wet pet. A fish that's highly interactive similar to murphy. I don't have the space or means for anything over 125gal so I was thinking a Oscar, flowerhorn, etc. What fish has the most personality in terms of being a wet pet in the size range?
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