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Photo Caption: I have a 120 gal tank and i have 10 Piranhas and 1 pacu living in it. I have 2 emperors 400 and a 150 wet/dry keeping it clean and healthy. I got a 300 watt heater keeping it nice and warm. One 48in light bulb and housing. A 900 gph power head keeping the water moving. Two 15lb bags of rocks on the bottom of the tank, 4 plastic hanging plants. Four plastic tree trunks for hiding.
120 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I have a 120 gal tank and i have 10 Piranhas and 1 pacu living in it. I have 2 emperors 400 and a 150 wet/dry keeping it clean and healthy. I got a 300 watt heater keeping it nice and warm. One 48in light bulb and housing. A 900 gph power head keeping the water moving. Two 15lb bags of rocks on the bottom of the tank, 4 plastic hanging plants. Four plastic tree trunks for hiding.
120 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I have a 120 gal tank and i have 10 Piranhas and 1 pacu living in it. I have 2 emperors 400 and a 150 wet/dry keeping it clean and healthy. I got a 300 watt heater keeping it nice and warm. One 48in light bulb and housing. A 900 gph power head keeping the water moving. Two 15lb bags of rocks on the bottom of the tank, 4 plastic hanging plants. Four plastic tree trunks for hiding.
120 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I have a 120 gal tank and i have 10 Piranhas and 1 pacu living in it. I have 2 emperors 400 and a 150 wet/dry keeping it clean and healthy. I got a 300 watt heater keeping it nice and warm. One 48in light bulb and housing. A 900 gph power head keeping the water moving. Two 15lb bags of rocks on the bottom of the tank, 4 plastic hanging plants. Four plastic tree trunks for hiding.
freshwater fish - pygocentrus nattereri - redbellied pirhana stocking in 120 gallons tank - I have a 120 gal tank and i have 10 Piranhas and 1 pacu living in it. I have 2 emperors 400 and a 150 wet/dry keeping it clean and healthy. I got a 300 watt heater keeping it nice and warm. One 48in light bulb and housing. A 900 gph power head keeping the water moving. Two 15lb bags of rocks on the bottom of the tank, 4 plastic hanging plants. Four plastic tree trunks for hiding.

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: I have a 120 gal tank and i have 10 Piranhas and 1 pacu living in it. I have 2 emperors 400 and a 150 wet/dry keeping it clean and healthy. I got a 300 watt heater keeping it nice and warm. One 48in light bulb and housing. A 900 gph power head keeping the water moving. Two 15lb bags of rocks on the bottom of the tank, 4 plastic hanging plants. Four plastic tree trunks for hiding.
Advice: Fish are like dogs and cats u just cant take them out for walks but u can train them and love them. So get fish that u can really keep and not just get them and when they get to big let them go in the river, pond, or lake etc.
Fish Kept: 1 big fat Pacu and 10 Piranhas a black knife fish that hides all the time.
Corals/Plants: 4 plastic hanging plants and 2 long vine plants
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: Feed Time
About Yourself: Well I moved from South Carolina and I couldn't have piranha down south so. When I moved here I knew that I could so I just jump right on it and went all out. Went to Knoxville, Tenn and paid 150.00 for 10 piranha's. And as of 6/15/2007 they just turn a year old. And my occupation I work as a night manager at walmart its just great. So to all they are not bad fish. The tank is really clean all the time even doe i feed them goldfish, chicken wings, mice and fish pellets.

COMMENTS

Nice fish! I'm usually hesitant about seeing pirranahs on this site, but it looks like you have sufficient enough filter power in that beast! One thing though, when your fish outgrow your tank DON'T release them into the wild, aquarium raised fish can carry a huge amount of disease native to the land and could wipe out a whole ecosystem, just give them to someone else or back to the pet store you got them from. fish avatar

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