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Freshwater tropical fish come in all shapes and colors. The photo here shows a beautiful male guppy in full color. Guppies have always been my favorite and I used to have several aquariums of them.

My largest fish tank was for my male guppies and I also had a variety of other fish like Neon Tetra's, Mollies, Sword Fish and others. However I always had one Betta in several of my tanks. The Betta was a pretty addition and I always felt proud to rescue one from those terrible tiny bowls that the pet stores always kept them in.

My second largest tank had the female guppies and again there were other types of fish with them.
Then I have several other tanks filled with different types of fish that would function as a breeding tanks for my guppies. The smallest tank was for my baby guppies and I didn't keep other fish with them because the babies might get eaten. The only other creature with them was the Mystery snails.

I accidentally learned how to raise Mystery snails too, which was fun and these could be sold quite easily to the local pet store and this helped support my aquarium hobby.

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Tropical fish tanks are always so colorful. The different types of fish that get along with each other add more splashes of color with each addition.

To have so many together requires a clean tank so attention has to be given to the health and feeding of these beautiful creatures.

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I always add Neon Tetraís to my tanks. They school together and add color and fun to your aquarium. I never got them to breed but they lasted a long time and go well with other types like guppies and mollies.

You donít have to worry that the Neon Tetra will nip the pretty flowing fins and tails of the more exotic varieties and they always kept to themselves.

This tank in the photo above looks a little empty. I always had at least five or six different types including a couple of bottom feeders and maybe a frog to add fun to the environment.

Seahorses are really fun. Find them for sale at above link. I have sold many from my seahorse page and they add color and interest to any salt water tropical environment.

However always do your research before purchasing any of these. They die really easy and without the expert knowledge to keep them alive you will be throwing your money away.

This photo above makes me want to get back into raising guppies again. I had a separate tank for my babies and it was so fun to see them grow up. As soon as I could tell their gender I would separate them into the adult tanks.

The reason why guppies are so fun to raise is their pretty colors and that the babies are born alive. Plus the ease of raising them. I enjoyed choosing the parents and seeing what the off spring would look like. I loved to mix and match so the young would come out in many colors.

The mother would be isolated when she was ready to give birth. She would be placed in a special holding container that had many holes in it large enough for the young to escape but keep her inside. The special container is placed in the baby tank.

The young would pop out and quickly swim away from the mother who would eat them if she got the chance. This isnít her fault but because she wasnít given any sense of protection over her young.

Dear Tropical Fish Fans,

I am writing to you in behalf of your Heavenly Father. He is seeking you like a lost sheep. You remember the Bible story? It is about a shepherd who has 100 sheep. But when he brings the sheep home one night, one is missing. He then leaves the 99 sheep and goes out into the wilderness until he finds that lost sheep.

In this parable the shepherd goes out to search for the one lost sheep-the very least that can be numbered. So if there had been but one lost soul, Christ would have died for that one. To read more click Lost Sheep

Susan Dietel
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