a curious question

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    reefpanda

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    a curious questions thats been on my mind
    what kind of fish can be kept in a 3 gallon?
    my thoughts were a tiny cleaner goby, or a clown goby
     
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    daugherty part time reefer

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    none IMO
     
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    KidJ57 Struggling Reef Addict

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    didn't we just have this thread last week?
     
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    The imaginary fish would be best in a tank that size. And it would require very little maintenance as well. :D
     
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    KidJ57 Struggling Reef Addict

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    I will advise however that they can be a little skiddish; they seem to only come out when the tank owner is on halucinagenic (spell check?) drugs :mrgreen:
     
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    You can grow sea monkey. :D
     
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    Or maybe a betta...
     
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    Plastic fish would be fine
     
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    Seriously reefpanda, you might be able to get away with a couple of neon gobies. They are small enough, but most of us would consider it cruel to put any fish in that small of quarters.
     
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    i know was actually thinking a neon goby
    i may not know a lot but i know that keeping anything bigger than that in there would be cruel.
     
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