More Can I Keep It?
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Helps build aquarium of compatible fish.   Free
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More Can I Keep It? is simple application for introducing aquarists to the art of choosing fish for the community aquarium. When you click on the names of the fish you are interested in, incompatible species are dimmed. A brief explanation of any problems specific to the fish are noted in the text box at the bottom of the application window. More Can I Keep It? is based on Can I Keep It?, and brings 48 new species to the mix, including lots more tetras, rainbowfish, cichlids, and oddballs like spiny eels and pufferfish.
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Version 1.3.1d0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
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Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later



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Anonymous reviewed on 23 Apr 2005
Great little program for people just starting out a fish tank or for others that just want to know off hand what is a good mix of fish.
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Downloads:3,394
Version Downloads:50
Type:Home Personal : Arts
License:Free
Date:22 Apr 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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More Can I Keep It? is simple application for introducing aquarists to the art of choosing fish for the community aquarium. When you click on the names of the fish you are interested in, incompatible species are dimmed. A brief explanation of any problems specific to the fish are noted in the text box at the bottom of the application window. More Can I Keep It? is based on Can I Keep It?, and brings 48 new species to the mix, including lots more tetras, rainbowfish, cichlids, and oddballs like spiny eels and pufferfish.


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