Amazing Angel Breeding guide

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Nosing around youtube, I found a stunning documentary/guide made by a young fishkeeper about breeding Angels. It's a two part documentary style day-by-day guide to successfully breeding Angelfish. It is very good, and because I knew it could provide invaluable information to people, I thought I would share it with all of you!

It is very informative, and well made. If not for your angels, watch it just for entertainment, then maybe then you'll want to breed them. After watching this, I was inspired as well. I've changed my whole game plan to fit to an angel friendly environment, where as before, in my new tank I was simply going to house livebearers and tetras, now I want to add some angelfish in just so I can witness first hand the remarkable and amazing wonder of nature that breeding angelfish can provide. Truly, this guide makes breeding these fascinating fish seem like a life changing event.

Enjoy, and I hope it helps!
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Wow, that's a great guide! I felt the need to post him a comment, to tell this guy his awesome lol. Meanwhile, found he has a lot of great videos. Breeding, mini CO2 diffusion set ups, his awesome tank!

I'm subscribed to this guy!

Thank you for sharing Ben!
 
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I still want people to see this post...keep watching, the videos are great. They will help you.
 

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Wow! What an exceptional youtube video. I now know I've got bucklies chance of successfully having fry with my current set up. However I also now know what needs to be done to be succssfull!

Thanks heaps for the link!
 
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Because he doesn't sound like he's 70. I'd say he's in his late 20s or early 30s. Plus you see his arms and hands in a few shots, they don't look old. Why, do you know how old he is?
 

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No, I just assumed by young you ment late teens early twenties, I agree hesp robably about 30.
Guess our definitions of young are different
 
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