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"i have had a ten gallon aquarium in my room for about a year now. i at one point had a betta, two gold gourami, nine neon tetras, and two chinese algae eaters. i only have the two algae eaters left and one tetra. i found the gouramis are very teritorial. how ever my one algae eaters, 'zig zag', has become very fat in the last two days after i cleaned the tank. the two seem to be courting. i dont know much about my tanks ph or temp levels as i just ran out of tests. they have been fending each other off of the area below a sunken log but from what other fish do i beleive i am about to have a tank full of little algea eaters. "
"Andrew Garrah"

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