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My nickel sized baby discus so small they hid behind the outlet of they're 55 gal. so I moved em into another for some grow out time. the filter discharge outlet. They were so used to the empty breeder tank when the plants wiggled in the flow they would run to the emptiest corner of the tank. Even in this little tank if a shrimp moves they run. Gotta love this thing we do...
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5 tanks & growing! Gotta get some moonlights so my fish can sleep cus I cant stop lookin!
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Aww, babies are cute when they experience new things.

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I agree I almost always buy the youngest fish possible so I can watch em grow and learn. Also so I can feed them well and hope for prime examples of the species. It took me 3 months to find someone in the dallas area to part with such tiny discus.I finally met a breeder I could almost walk to his house. Tank after tank after tank of discus... he had to kick me out!

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