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"I purchased 4 2" Texas Cichlids for my 120. I planned on growing them out, and keeping 2 that would be more colorful. I wound up with a breeding pair. They were all tolerant and social of each other, as long as there weren't any eggs, or fry in the tank. Here it is, 6 months later and 2 of them are now 6", 1 is 5" and 1 is 4". The only one I have a problem with, is the smallest one, because he and a Jack Dempsey I have, can't decide who has what territory. Other than that, mine were peaceful. Fish, like people, all have their own personality."
"Rob"


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