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Thread: Snail help

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    Im guessing that my current infestation of snails came in on some plants i ordered. Can anyone recommend a fish that will eat the snails and be suitable for a 180g community tank?
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    Some loaches will eat snails. If you are looking for a place to start looking at fish.

    And ye olde assassin snails will do a fine job of it too.

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    180g! I'm jealous. If you have the room you could get clown loaches. They get quite big and need extremely clean water. They are also very social, so you should have at least 4. They are very fun little fish. They are incredibly playful and expressive. They make clicking sounds when excited and like to take naps while laying on their side on a leaf or on the gravel. You should definitely consider them if you have the room.

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    You might be able to find some that outgrew their previous tank and are looking for a new home.
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