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Old 15-11-2017, 11:19 AM   #21
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you will never get the gracefulness of the arowana for other fishes
You are right bro.. Thats y i only keep aro for the past 10 over years..
Just that thinking of trying out other fish and i believe every species has its own fun when keeping..
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Old 15-11-2017, 02:46 PM   #22
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You are right bro.. Thats y i only keep aro for the past 10 over years..
Just that thinking of trying out other fish and i believe every species has its own fun when keeping..
when i feel bored, i will play with tankmates, rays or pleco or catfish
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Old 15-11-2017, 04:09 PM   #23
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Thats what i am thinking but i intend to breed guppies.😆😆😆
Breed guppy get a small tank like 2 ft enough already, can breed some L46 as well.
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Breed guppy get a small tank like 2 ft enough already, can breed some L46 as well.
I intend to get the those toyo container.. Get a small filter and air pump.. Do it at low cost.. Hehehe..
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if your aro is on pellets, maybe you can try comm goldfish with aro?
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Old 16-11-2017, 11:11 PM   #26
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If you think there is a high chance you will regret foregoing the aro, then dun do it.

I think it is generally more difficult to keep gold fish (at least for me) compared to aro. I have kept both before and till now, still prefer keeping aros. The joy of seeing aro swim gracefully is priceless.
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if your aro is on pellets, maybe you can try comm goldfish with aro?
Sure? Aro comm with gold fish? But i dont think mine can comm cos i tried oscar and EBH and both always chase by my aro..
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If you think there is a high chance you will regret foregoing the aro, then dun do it.

I think it is generally more difficult to keep gold fish (at least for me) compared to aro. I have kept both before and till now, still prefer keeping aros. The joy of seeing aro swim gracefully is priceless.
You are right bro.. But just that i wanted to try other fish..but due to space constraint so....cannot have both world.
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You are right bro.. But just that i wanted to try other fish..but due to space constraint so....cannot have both world.
Understand your dilema. Perhaps you can get a 2 tier tank like some bros suggested.

Or try keeping gold fish in a separate smaller tank for a start. Of cos with smaller tank you can't keep many. You may consult the exp bros in the goldfish forum on what to look out for and how to prevent certain disease, the most common which may well be swim bladder problem.
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Breed guppy get a small tank like 2 ft enough already, can breed some L46 as well.
u mean L046 can even breed in 2 ft tank ?
keen to try if possible.
pl share requirements in such a tank setup.
sorry to distract from main thread
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