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Old 08-04-2014, 09:20 PM   #11
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Maybe you should check out.monster fish keepers

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Old 08-04-2014, 09:22 PM   #12
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Yeah the people on monster fish keepers are far more accepting of keeping fish like this in smaller tanks.
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Guys, that tessalata IS huge, however even Live Aquaria lists its recommended tank size as 180g.

While I ABSOLUTELY do not agree with your humu picasso trigger in your 55g I make it a habit of following Live aquaria's stocking guidelines which state the tessalata is okay in your tank assuming it really is a 200g
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Big fish/eels in small tanks is cruel. It will slow their growth, cause extreme stress, chances are there'll be water quality issues as big fish make big mess, and ultimately shorten its lifespan.




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Thanks for the two who stuck up for me. Also as my Trigger grows he will be graduated to my bigger tanks


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How would you feel if you were stuck in a tiny closet with food being slid under the door. You would feel like the fish!


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I work in a fish store and I don't agree with anything you are saying. Animal abuse is wrong


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I work in a fish store and I don't agree with anything you are saying. Animal abuse is wrong


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Is this aimed at me? Or the guy wanting to keep the massive eel in a 6 foot tank.
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Is this aimed at me? Or the guy wanting to keep the massive eel in a 6 foot tank.

Guy with massive eel. Not you. Sorry


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