Re: NANFA-- Small Fish Tanks

unclescott (
Sun, 5 Jan 2003 22:50:04 -0600

Playing from Sajjad's and Jay's cautions, it is also appropriate to mention
that if a fish "will do" in a five gallon tank, it will do even better in
10, 15 or 20 gallon tank or bigger. (Memo, find out how to water seal the
living room and not electrocute anyone.)

If I could, my smallest killifish tank would be a ten and the standard
breeding set-ups would be long 20s, for the big killies 55s. First though,
either Publisher's Sweepstakes, a lottery or recently deceased, unheard of,
favorite uncle, has got to come through.

All the best,

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