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Discussion in 'Marine Invertebrates' started by fern1knits, Apr 26, 2017.

  1. fern1knits

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    ETA: Wrong forum... sorry.

    As I was doing my daily craigslist browse for aquarium deals, I stumbled upon a brackish aquarium setup for $225 that includes 4 green spotted puffers; 2 figure 8 puffers; Snowflake EEL; 3 silver tip mono; 2 fan moley's.

    Seems like a deal... except for the part about the tank being only 46 gal.

    46g is actually a great tank size for me, but that is way too many fish. Thoughts about buying the setup and trying to rehome some of the occupants???
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    After checking the price of a new tank and stand, without the filtration or anything, I'd say it is a good deal indeed. If you can find a home for the fish that is.

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