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Mudskippers

Discussion in 'Insects , Snails and other exotic pets' started by Tokay, Jan 6, 2009.


  1. Tokay

    Tokay PetForums Newbie

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    I don`t know if this should be in the aquarists section but, does anyone keep mudskippers? I saw some for sale in a shop and thought I`d find out more about them. I believe they live in slightly brackish water but how do you guage how salty your tank water is supposed to be? Also, is there anything else you can keep with them (ie. fish suited to brackish water) or should they be kept only with their own kind?
     
  2. pugsley Adams

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    No clue but maybe some one here may know good luck!:D
     
  3. Zoo_Keeper

    Zoo_Keeper PetForums Member

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    Wow mudskippes they sound so cool!

    Sorry don't know anything about them but good luck!!!
     
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