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Photo Caption: This is a picture of my 14" Arowana. In the background to the right are two parrot cichlids and on the left is my green terror.
freshwater fish - osteoglossum bicirrhosum - silver arowana stocking in 125 gallons tank - This is a picture of my 14" Arowana. In the background to the right are two parrot cichlids and on the left is my green terror.

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 2 "Emperor 400" filters, with a 14" Arowana, two poly palmus', poly delhezi, rope fish, two silver dollars, a spotted raphael catfish, a 5" African clawed frog, two parrot cichlids, severum, two leopard ctenomas, a geophagus surinameii and a black ghost knife
Fish Kept: I like all types of odd/colorful freshwater fish. I have kept many interesting fish including a 1.5 foot long fire eel, a "freshwater moray eel", a clown knife, and a needle nose fish.
Corals/Plants: My fish eat any plants I try to put in my tank.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
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