Photo #2 - This Is My Giant Gorami. He Is 19 Inches Long An...

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Photo Caption: This is my Giant Gorami. He is 19 inches long and 8 inches wide. So funny, he chases the cleaning magnet when I'm cleaning the Tank and eats just about anything but tomatoes are his favorite. He lives in my 180 gallon with datnoids and parrots.
saltwater fish - pristigenys serrula - popeye catalufa stocking in 180 gallons tank - This is my Popeye Catalufa. He has the most personality in the Tank and is my favorite.
freshwater fish - colisa fasciata - giant gorami stocking in 180 gallons tank - This is my Giant Gorami. He is 19 inches long and 8 inches wide. So funny, he chases the cleaning magnet when I'm cleaning the Tank and eats just about anything but tomatoes are his favorite. He lives in my 180 gallon with datnoids and parrots.

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State: California
Country: United States
Tank Size: 180 gallons
About Yourself: I have been into Salt Water for about 1 year now. I have 180 gallon fish only salt water, 58 gallon coral, 180 gallon fresh water and I really enjoy this hobby but its hard cuz I keep wanting more fish and more corals.

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