Photo #2 - My Cuda.i Call Him Bubbles:) - Lion Fish, Grouper...

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: high agretion reef, 3 lion fish, marine bata, clown grouper, brazylin dragon eel
Advice: dont over do it right off the bat. start slow and dont git mad if you have a little bad luck. it will all work out in time.(p.s. try not to git fish that eat each other)
Fish Kept: lion fish, groupers, tangs, scorpien fish, clown fish, ells,well ill make it shourt been in the hobby for 7 years
Corals/Plants: i dont even know mostly polyps and leathers(stonys are scary)
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "life is like a videogame everyone must die sometime"
About Yourself: i got into the hobby because of lion fish. i saw a movie with one in it when i was about 7 and have loved them ever since. i like trying to do what im told is not posibol. that is y i make high agretion reef tanks.

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I was wondering if that was a regular ocean baracuda. How long is it? I have some gars that have stopped growing at 1/2 their normal size at 18 inches, and I carfully moniter their dimentions as the fish shouldn't get too wide (organ over growth). I let em have their fill of goldfish once in a while. fish avatar
this isent fresh water y did the site move it? and it isent a red tail it is a great barracuda. fish avatar

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