Photo #2 - This Is A Pic Of My Male Paridise Fish....

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: ?
Advice: start off with feederfish or 1 male guppy as for staters.....
Fish Kept: paridise fish (juvinille) betta (in 1/2 gallon tank)( seperate tank) giant diono 2 femlae guppies 2male guppies 4 baby guppies soon to be 50 baby guppies in a few days.... 2 male cherry barbs 1 green cory catfish
Corals/Plants: dont know forgot name
Tank Size: 5 gallons
About Yourself: i sed to have a 10 gal tank in my room but my mom wanted to use it for a robo dwaf hamster after my golden algea eater, non tetras, guppy, hatchet fish died from itch (came too late) she used it. but when it dies im using the 10 gallon. for now i have a 5 gallon, 1/2 gallon, and a 1 gallon...and when my new guppy frys are born im going to buy a 2 gallomn tank....when i work at petsmart in 9 months im going to save up for at least a 30 gallon tank or maybe a 50 gallon tank.....i have been keeping all tupes of fih for alomst 5 years...and im still working on it.

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