Photo #3 - 55 Gallon - 2 Red Belly Peranah - Plasic Plants

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: -Marineland Magnum 350 filter -penguin 330 bio wheel filter -tank is a 55 gallon -undergravel filter with flovel power head and a rena air pump -natrual gravel mixed with some reds and yellows -plastic plants -nice rock -coral rock
Advice: always have an undergravel filter it helps ALOT
Fish Kept: 2 Red belly peranah
Corals/Plants: plasic plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: do it your self
About Yourself: im 15 -i love fish and sports -and waitin to hopefully go to collage and go into marine biology

COMMENTS

nice!!!! fish avatar
well i been had red bellys and they was a lil bit bigger than the pacu and he just out grew they. he love to eat. and why i put a pacu that was my last chance at trying to add new fish to my tank. cause the red belly would just kill everything that came in the tank. so now the pacu is the king of the tank. just dont scare him. fish avatar
Decent looking setup. Good luck with the pirranah's in that size of a tank though, I have heard, and seen scenarios where the pirranah's feel crampt so they actually broke the glass buy running into it. fish avatar

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