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Old 10-27-2013, 08:51 AM   #1
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I Love feeding my eel.

I feed my eel two times a week.
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Old 10-27-2013, 09:55 AM   #2
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That is Awsome !!!' I have a freshwater fire eel ! That hand feeds but I wishi had a saltwater eel so bad !!! How big do the snowflakes get ?
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Old 10-27-2013, 12:27 PM   #3
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I believe snowflakes get about 2 feet in capactivity. I want to get a saltwater as well. I am trying to sell some of my existing aquariums for money to get one. I cant wait. :P
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That is Awsome !!!' I have a freshwater fire eel ! That hand feeds but I wishi had a saltwater eel so bad !!! How big do the snowflakes get ?
Hi Justin. Yes, he will eat one complete prawn when I feed him. I think he is obese,ha ha!!, I think it is the most interesting pet to have In your salt water aquarium. My eel is a snowflake eel and they don't get that big, about 300 mm.
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What size is your tank? I was thinking about one for my 60g cube. What do you feed him?
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I believe snowflakes get about 2 feet in capactivity. I want to get a saltwater as well. I am trying to sell some of my existing aquariums for money to get one. I cant wait. :P
Hi FishyUser. a saltwater tank is very interesting. Just remember that patience is the answer when setting up a new salt water tank. You must cycle it for not less than 3 months before you can put fish in it.
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Hi FishyUser. a saltwater tank is very interesting. Just remember that patience is the answer when setting up a new salt water tank. You must cycle it for not less than 3 months before you can put fish in it.
No not 3 months, 1-2 if fine. But yes patience is the key, just do alot of reaserch
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What size is your tank? I was thinking about one for my 60g cube. What do you feed him?
Hi Fishman. My tank is a 300 litre aqua one tank. You don't need a tank that big for snowflake eels. I feed him prawn and he will eat one complete prawn in one feeding session. This is really fun.
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Hi Fishman. My tank is a 300 litre aqua one tank. You don't need a tank that big for snowflake eels. I feed him prawn and he will eat one complete prawn in one feeding session. This is really fun.
Yeah ive always wanted one and now since i got a new 60g i think i may get one if i can convince myself that its better than crabs and shrimp. Also i do believe hippos need atleast a 6ft 180g tank minimum.
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Yeah ive always wanted one and now since i got a new 60g i think i may get one if i can convince myself that its better than crabs and shrimp. Also i do believe hippos need atleast a 6ft 180g tank minimum.
Yes,my hippos are very happy in my 300 litre tank. I will upload some pictures of it on a later stage. What fish do you have ?
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