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Old 05-22-2011, 05:24 PM   #1
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More big fish

1- purple striped gudgeon
2- archer brackfish
3- datnoides microleptis
4- Erythrinus erithrinus
5- again
6- oscar f-0
7- again
8- channa melasoma
9- electrophorus electricus alias electrical eel!
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Old 05-22-2011, 05:43 PM   #2
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an electric eel?!?! can you even keep one in an aquarium?
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Old 05-22-2011, 07:06 PM   #3
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i dont know in your country but in mine yes!!
Remember, its a 8'X4'X4' 400 gal.US tank with like an hundred of plants and mopani wood with 50-60 goldfish as a decoration and food. I feed my goldfish greatly and reproduce them in my pond so there not expansive!
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arent they saltwater?because i dont think goldfish would last very long in saltwater... and i didnt mean was it legal,but i would think that youd get a nasty surprise every time you touched the water.
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They live in amazone type of water, so well tainted with a 5.5 ph to 7, they eat fish, worm other protein sources!
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cool,so there freshwater?i need to get one.now if only i had enough $$
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The price for the fish is nothing compare to the tank...
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That Erythrinus is awesome. Looks like something that could live in a reef.
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