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I don't understand why you're having so much trouble with tropical fish. Do the people at the fish store know anything, or are you going to a giant petco or something like that? when I was like 12 and had a fishtank, I would go ask the guy who ran the shop all kinds of questions and he was very helpful. those guys should be able to tell you which are aggressive, which co-exist naturally, etc.
i like to consider my self a fish keeping expert, i have 4 tanks, a 10 gallon, a 2.5 gallon, a 30 gallon and a 150 gallon tank.
your last fish thread i read and i knew they were going to die.
so, since pictus cat fish are fuggin awesome, i will help you...
first of all...
what size tank do you have?
what kind and how many plants do you have?
what kind of light do you have? incandescent or florescent
do you know the PH of your water?
do you know the ammonia level of your water? any ammonia is bad FYI
what filter are you using?
do you have a heater? if so how many watts?
what kind of substrate do you have?
What are you feeding them?
do you have any bottom dwellers ( except for the pictus? )
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