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Old 08-06-2005, 10:59 PM   #11
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it has been gone for 3 or 4 years and he had the camens for around 10 i think so rules and avalibility probably alot differnt not and then
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Yeah there would definitely be compatibility problems, but it is a "dream tank"
I think with 100 gallons of free space, and with entire schools the fish would get along fine. (i.e schools of chromis in big tanks)
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A nice mated pair of arawanas with some filler fish on the side. You could grow a jungle in a tank that size. It would look fabulous.
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I would love to fill it with Lake Malawi African Cichlids. Just to THINK about the possibilities. OR, schools of 20 of many many different community fish. Oh just thinking of all those Tetra's gets me giddy.
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Where did he get the camens??!!
reptile shops sell camens.. though I wouldnt recommend them.. they can not be tamed like alligators can.. and there meaner then well anything I can think of off hand..
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probably not meaner than the aussie saltwater croc..
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I'd take a chunk out of a real coral reef and just stick it in my tank.
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2500 neons and a really hungry redtailed cat
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I would hire Travis Simonson to create a fabulous planted FW tank complete with dramatic drift wood sculptures. It would feature a few large schools (40-50 fish each) with various other fish as filler.
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