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Old 12-12-2006, 08:09 PM   #1
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Got some good pictures of my Black Ghost Knife that show off his size a little bit. The tank is 24 inches from front to back.
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Wow, what a pretty fish.
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What a nice fish. Great pics
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Very Nice!!!!!!!
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holy cow, that's a big knife.
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Nice looking BGK. Am I rubbing off on you with the need for Exotic fish? hehehe. I love my 15" Fire Eel, he's so awsome. I really like BGK's also, just not sure I have enough room for 2 fish that will get big.
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Wow - the BGK is so big and pretty. He makes the pleco look small, and the pleco probably isn't that small
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How old is he? My eel is 19 months.
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nice!!
how big is your tank?
do u have a full tank picture?


also, how do u feed the BGK and what do u feed it?
I am interested in getting one, but am concerned that my yo-yo loaches will eat all the food.
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Am I rubbing off on you with the need for Exotic fish?
Nah, I think I have had mine a bit before you got your eel, I do love your eel btw.
I have had him roughly 6 years. He is in a 150 gallon cube tank. There are pictures of the
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As far as feeding him, he eats brine, mysis, bloodworms and beefheart. He seems to do pretty well as far as competing for food. As you can see, there are cats in there that eat pretty quickly as do the rest of the fish in the tank (except the discus).
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