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Old 08-17-2011, 11:18 AM   #11
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google, chinese algae eater u'll find him
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That is a Chinese Algae Eater. It grows WAY too big for that tank and I suggest you move him out there immedieately, because if he does in fact GROW to his full potential of eleven inches, he'll kill all your fish along the way. I would also suggest upgrading your tank, because I saw a ram in a picture, and IMO 24 litres is too small.
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