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65 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - preditorial fish tank

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Country: Bermuda
Description: 36in*18in*24in
Advice: get a preditorial tank and dnt listent to ppl when they say dnt put certain fish with certain fish, cause its bull, the more action the marrier!! lol!
Fish Kept: Jaguar cichlid, zebra talapia, wolf fish, african tiger pike, aligator gar and a pleco.
Corals/Plants: all artificial plants and decor
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: "only the strong survive"
About Yourself: well i actually got dragged in by me n my friends betting on fighting fish, then i found out there were much more aggressive fish out there than the fighting fish which only attack/act aggressively towards their kind, mainly. then i got into preditorial fish, im actually i the process of trying to find out the most aggressive fresh water fish, so far the snakehead/aligator gars top the list!!

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a talapia and a gar awesome tank. cool setup! fish avatar

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