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ThatGuppyGuy

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So a few weeks ago i got my first plants for my 45gal. Of course there is the chance of getting snails in your tank from it but i wasnt too worried. Yesterday we did a huge overhaul of the 10Gal, gravel vac/scrubbed sides/50% water change. The 45 also got a gravel vac and a small water change. Both have had all ornaments reorganized.
Anyway while we were doing this i found a cheeky little snail on the side of the 45. Now we had a dilemma. We could put it in the 10gal on its own and let it live happily cleaning for us but neither I nor my girlfriend are fans of snails. So we thought her dad's cichlids could have it. We dropped the teeny snail into the tank right over a 10 inch oscar named 'manfish' who just watched is slowly sink and got ready to eat it. Before he could, a convict darted in and before manfish knew what was going on the convict was halfway to the other side of the tank. He sat there chewing for a few moments before spitting up a few crumbs.
 
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If i knew it would be just one that wouldnt be able to breed i might be ok with it, just found another in the 45 though. Don't want an out of control snail population.
 
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