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Hey /an/, newish to the hobby and setting up a new tank in the near future, but I'm not sure what fish to get. Going to be a 130 gallon freshwater tank, ideally I'd like colorful semi-aggressive fish around 4-8 inches long. I've been looking at african cichlids because they fit all my criteria, but they just don't seem to click with me. Is there anything else similar? Also, I hear cichlids dig a lot, would that cause issues with live plants?
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So, /an/, you're at Gamestop and this guy slaps your gf's ass.
Also, he's 6'4", 240 lbs, and graduated top of his class in the Navy Seals.
He also is a master at Karate, Aikido, Shorin Ryu, Kickboxing, Hapkido, Escrima, Krav Maga, Jiu-jitsu, Sumo, Jeet Kun Do, Shotokan, Shinkendo, S.C.A.R.S., Judo, Ninjustu, Silat, Muay Thai, Chun Kuk Do, Wing Chun, and Tai Chi.
He also has a degree in physics, computer science, English, mathematics, toxicology, business, economics, psychology, political science, biology, archaeology, history, information technology, law, geology, and medicine.
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Every so often our cat catches and brings home animals. He used to bring home a lot of frogs, usually live and uninjured to play with, and occasional fish, but I guess he got them all or the neighbours netted all their ponds, now it's just birds and mice. The birds he always brings home dead, but the mice he brings home are usually alive and injured. When my dad sees them he just throws them and the cat outside and locks it out for the rest of the day. It's only happened twice so far when I've been here alone, the first time, the mouse seemed to have one injured leg, and I carried it out to the field where the cat got it. Afterwards my friend said that was dumb and I should've killed the mouse to put it out of its misery. The second time, the mouse was in a much worse state, not moving around and gasping for breath, I couldn't bring myself to kill it and panicked and just left it in the garden and locked the cat inside.
Is my friend right about killing them? Should I just leave the cat outside with them? Should I take them out to the field so that maybe some other animal will actually make use of it?
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I''ve found this Geco drowning in the pool, i rescued him and put it in a wall but right after couple seconds on the wall he fell and got his tail broken..it should be a Hemidactylus turcicus
I posted this picture with my hand so you can see it's very small and should be a baby.
It doesn't do anything, when i try to make him move he moves but then stays frozen even if i go away(but always stay somewhere near to check on the geco).
I'm scared that this little creature is letting herself die..i tried to feed him/her with some grape juice since i saw in wiki they can, in some cases, feed on fruit.
Please /an/, this is the first time i come here and i am really desperate and want that little reptile to live.