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Methods classroom has shown me the different types of plants and fish I never knew existed. We are already adding to our tank but if you had an empty tank what types of plants and fish would you put in it?

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If it was for school, I would get some zebra danio. They fit easily into a 3 foot or so tank. What is more they are one of the easier egg layers to breed with.
They are very active and have good colouring if kept in good condition and unstressed.
This should score more points than having some guppy fry.

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