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Old 09-14-2008, 01:14 PM   #11
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Sounds like an eel is not the right choice for me, just always on the lookout for the 'different"
thanks for the info.
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You could start another tank and put your eel in it. I have nassirus snails in mine and so far so good. The snowflake moray eel is a good hardy eel. You can see mine in my images.
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The snowflake moray eel is a good hardy eel. You can see mine in my images.

He is gorgous!
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Eels are awesome, I keep a few myself. Unfortunately, there are sacrafices that need to be made when considering keeping them. Just like most other preditory fish like puffers, lions, etc., a trimmed down clean up crew is necessary. Mine have never bothered snails or stars but crabs and shrimp are all fair game. As Mike said though, you could set up another tank.
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