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Photo Caption: Payara
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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: 2' deep, 4' long, and 2' high. 1 Filter and other needs like that.
Advice: have fun and be nice to fish.
Fish Kept: 2 African tiger fish, 2 arrowanas, 5 bichirs (multiple species), tire track eel, zig zag eel, 2 mudskippers, 2 synodontis catfish, motoro stingray, 2 sun catfish, blue sheatfish, queen botia, clown loach, 4 ghost catfish, 5 oscars, 12 assorted cichlids, rope fish, 2 betas, banjo catfish, yellow tail barracuda, 10+ assorted plecos, 2 blind cave fish, 2 needlefish, 2 payaras, black ghost knife, archer fish, 2 flounders, millions of guppies, 2 bamboo shrimp, millions of ghost shrimp, bala shark, rainbow shark, 3 dwarf puffers, dragon goby, 2 butterfly fish, and I bet there's more ... *phew*
Corals/Plants: lots of plants, lots of swords and grasses and crypts... favorite is Madagascar Lace.
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: A fish runs into a wall and says, dam.

COMMENTS

is this a vampire tetra? cool fish avatar
hello this not a comment i must ask where did you get that fish from the payara? fish avatar

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