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Old 02-06-2013, 11:34 PM   #1
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I'm interested in buying a 55 gallon tank and I just saw a picture of a dragon fish and i was wondering how may I could get. What they cost. What they eat and what can go with them. Thankyou for any help people give me.
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Discuss fish r cool too
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I would love them
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They're beutiful
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I always wanted discuss
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Dragonfish do better in brackish water although it's said they can also be fine in freshwater. In a 55 gal you could probably do 1 if you wanted other fish, two if you just wanted to keep them alone. As they grow though you may need to upgrade as they can reach a pretty good length, at least a foot.

Dragonfish Care Basics - The First Tank Guide - Basic Information on Keeping a Dragonfish in Your Aquarium
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As for Discus, they are awesome fish but need some special care.
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