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Midget and a Monster

Description: This is Saggy (big one) and Naz. Sahggy is ten inches long and 8+ years old. Shaggy and Naz live with and are buddies with, The large Dojo Loach in my 35 gallon.

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Date: 01/26/05
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Dragon-shadow

Registered: 02/2005
Location: UK
Posts: 1

You have no problems keeping them together with such a big difference in size? I've recently got a bigger tank for my Black Moor and wanted to add a couple more but they are about half the size of him. Would they be OK together?
04-27-2005 11:01AM View Dragon-shadow's Profile  

toothless

Registered: 05/2004
Location: northeast florida, usa
Posts: 20
born and raised in florida, deep fascination with its wildlife and surrounding ocean/gulf

Being that they are both black moors, they both have limited vision, so, feeding isnt a problem at all. In fact, the larger one is almost completely blind at this point so the little one gets his share of food. The only things you have to aorry about with keeping different sized goldfish together is feeding, and aggression. Moors, being the pacifists they are, do not EVER show any aggression towards other fish so, you shouldn't have anythiong to worry about there. Just be sure that your tank is large enough to provide at least ten gallons of water per goldfish(and filtration at 100 gallons per hour per ten gallons of water), no matter how small the are (they WILL eventually get large).

Good luck.
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