Photo #1 - 26" African Lungfish Going Up For A Breath O...

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Submitted By: Brandon on
Photo Caption: 26" african lungfish going up for a breath of air
freshwater fish - polypterus retropinnis - retropinnis bichir stocking in 90 gallons tank - 26" african lungfish going up for a breath of air

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: the dimensions are H 31 1/2" L 48" W 15" and the filtration is a marine land magnum 350 diatomite canister and under gravel filter
Advice: Make sure you test the water before you add fish, and change your water often
Fish Kept: redtail catfish,brown bullhead cat,channel cat, African lungfish,2 pictus catfish,albino channel cat,shovelnose cat,gar,needlefish,marbledgar,african leaf fish,plecos,hybrid cat
Corals/Plants: only plastic
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: fish are very relaxing
About Yourself: I got into the hobby when my wife came home one day with a little 2.5 gallon and today I have 6 aquariums, I have loved keeping fish ever since!

COMMENTS

Dang Dang son i hope ours gets as big as yours....Good pic... fish avatar
great pic how long have u had it? fish avatar
you need some more pictures of this bad boy fish avatar
1st time seeing 1 looks great fish avatar
Hey there I didn't think there were any other lungfish on this site.I have a wal on here to mine is 24''.they are some crazy fish!I have a pleco and a black shark that seem to be left alone for now atleast.mine is in a 125g i hope he dosen't grow out of it.good luck nice pic. fish avatar

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