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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.

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i used to have a puca it got abuot 10 inches then something hapend,i cuold tell my 2 8inch oscar had something to do withhis death becuase i found bite marks and scratches on him. fish avatar

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