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A young Yellow Lake Tebera Rainbowfish
A young male Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami
A young Bala Shark
A nice young Tiger Barb
A nice young Boesemani Rainbowfish
A nice young Dwarf Rainbowfish
Two young Lemon Tetras Probably a slender male above and a female below.
A young mature female Black Swordtail
Young mature Leopard Danios
A plump female, in the top picture above, and a male below her.
A young mature male Marigold Platy
A young Pink Kissing Gourami
A young mature female Zebra Danio
All of the fish, shown above, live in the same 29-gallon aquarium and are very compatible. Of course, the Pink Kissers, the Bala Shark, and the Yellow Rainbowfish will soon grow too big for this aquarium and need a larger aquarium. During the beginning of this show Tom and Nevin talk briefly about each one of these fish.
Carl in Albuquerque calls and mentions that the young Angelfish, which he got from AquariumFish.net, are all doing well in his 75-gallon aquarium. Carl also says he bought a good used 125-gallon aquarium and put some Muskie Pike fingerlings in it, so young people can watch them grow. Click here to see pictures of Muskie Fish, and click here to learn more about them.
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