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Old 04-23-2015, 05:54 PM   #21
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That's a clown knife, they're southeast asian, not african knife fish. There are african species that stay smaller, like the brown knife


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Old 04-23-2015, 07:09 PM   #22
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African knife gets huge. If you look closely in the background behind the lungfish you will see a physically handicapped African knife. This tank is a 300g just for reference. Holds the lungfish, African knife, silver Aro, and a marbled sailfin catfish. It's owned by one of my LFS. They consider this tank fully stocked and say they wouldn't dare adding more fish to it.

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Coolest fish in the tank is the catfish IMO. Her freshwater selection is pretty weak outside of standard small community fish, but she has a lot of salt tanks up and running but idk much about them to tell you how good her selection is lol


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Me personally id make it a discus tank.. but that's just me.. I love discus and I think they are the most beautiful freshwater fish... You can hand feed and pet them.. At least I can mine
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