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Old 09-15-2003, 05:47 PM   #11
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Thanks! Right now, they are in the 55. The eel tank will be ready in about a month or so. Then these two, the big snowflake and most likely a big tesselata will round out the tank.
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Cool...I have mine in a 29 for now. They are both small though. Snowflake is about 8" and the hitch hiker is maybe 6". I have been eyeing the 110g tank that I was going to use for an African Cichlid tank and thinking how cool it would be to have eels in there. Not sure how well it would be since it's a 4' tank and doesn't really have a lot of surface area. What do you think?
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The eel tank I put up will only be 4 ft as well....I dont know about anyone elses, but my eels dont do alot of heavy swimming...except if they are really hungry.
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