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schudini



Join date : 2011-06-30
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PostSubject: Re: Small predator tank   Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:02 am

Gimplar wrote:
I know you plan on keeping the tank as a fresh water, but if you get an eel, just dont train it to eat hot dogs >_<

skip to about 3:15/3:20ish to see the action Smile, def. watch to the end after that.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHNpYxCSnUM

As far as a 50gal as a predator tank, you'll be limited to smaller predators and i'd recommend against getting any groupers, triggers, or puffers (with the exception of a few). The toby would be a good choice as well as a smaller lionfish such as a fuzzy dwarf or a sphex (if you can find one).

As always, do the research, plan appropriately, and practice good fish keeping ethics.

Besides that, dwarf golden morays would be a sweet eel to have. much prettier then wolf eels imo.

Even without seeing the video, hot dogs look an awful lot like fingers when underwater. no no
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Nicholas41



Join date : 2011-06-02
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PostSubject: Re: Small predator tank   Tue Sep 13, 2011 11:00 am

Thank you for the video nelson lol. Yeah if I do decide to change it over to saltwater I'd consider a toby and a few other small fish maybe a handful of green chromis. This would all be far in the future though so plenty of time to think about it!

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