a suitable tank

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bigmac
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hi, i am hopefully about to enter the world of zeb breeding whenever i am lucky enought to come across some. a few days ago i posted the question "would it be ok to put my 1st couple of zebs in my 50g community tank until i got enought to warrant setting up my spare 50g tank" and i was convinced this was not a good idea. the problem i have is lack of space ( i also breed leopard geckos and some little 1s are due any day now) but i have got enough space for a smaller tank, no bigger than 10g for now. i have been looking for the ideal tank but can't find one that would suit the zebs requirments, all being quite tall and not enought floor space. the link below is the best i have come up with so far and was just wondering what people thought or if they had any better suggestions.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... &rd=1&rd=1

thanks lee

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actually a 10g could house a few till you set up the other tank.
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The ten gallon would definatley do as a temporary tank as long as you fill it full of bogwood and loads of slate to avoid any fighting.

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