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Serkan
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PostPosted: 2006.12.25(Mon)13:39    Post subject: Want to Change Most of my Fish Tank Reply with quote

Hello everyone, my names Serkan and I'm 17 and from Australia. I originally had a 30L tank for gold fish. Soon after I made a large pond in the backyard and bought a few large koi for the pond.

A couple months after the pond went in, strange Ibis started apperearing around the pond, eyeing the koi. So I bought a large 540L fish tank for the kitchen and placed all my fish in there gradually.

Right now the tank has 5 large koi, 8 large goldfish, 2 large silver dollars, 2 Large Oscars and I think a couple other tropical fish.

Unfortunately the koi and goldfish aren


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Serkan
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PostPosted: 2006.12.25(Mon)15:22    Post subject: Reply with quote

I readback the thread and it didn
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Cinder
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PostPosted: 2006.12.25(Mon)16:40    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK, ignorant here. What are Ibis?
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FiftyCalibre
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PostPosted: 2006.12.25(Mon)19:44    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ibis are large birds that eat fish!

It will be hard to keep other fish with 2 oscars in that size tank. It should be only oscars in it. Koi and goldfish don't mix with tropical fish anyway.

Get rid of all the cold water fish and others and keep only the oscars. If you want to keep other things, the oscars have to go.

You can try giving your fish to fish shops. Most will not accept money for them, but some will accept a little bit of money. I've never heard of a fish exchange in Sydney
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