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Breeder tanks.

ant

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Is there a species of crustecians, or fish to put in a tank to breed them. Is there any way to do this quickly? I was just wondering since i dont live near an ocean and need a good food supply.
 
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You could breed mollies and adjust them accross to salt water before feeding them.
Mollies look awesome in a marine tank, I care not what others believe BUT they are not as quick as a hungry octopus. I only ever feed a few at a time, try get a bit of variety in it's diet. Plus dalmation mollies look very cool and breed by the million in my backyard during summer.
 

cthulhu77

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Took the words right out of my mouth! Mollies are the way to go.
 

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