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Photo Caption: These are my two 6 inch Red Belly Piranhas. They are about 3 years old and are very healthy. I hope to have them for many years.
26 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - These are my two 6 inch Red Belly Piranhas. They are about 3 years old and are very healthy. I hope to have them for many years.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: My tank is 26 gallon bow. It contains a whisper 600 filter, black light and a normal heater.
Advice: Start small finish Big.
Corals/Plants: Plastic plants and a wooden log.
Tank Size: 26 gallons
Quote: Niace
About Yourself: Been in this hobby for about a year now. I first started with a 5 gallon community freshwater, but that didnt turn out good, so i upgraded to a 15 gallon tank with jack dempseys, and now i have a 26gallon with 2 piranhas.

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i think those are red bell pacu the cuzen of the piranha thay are manly vegetarian and will only eat live food if thay have no choice i had a few in my day i like them be thay get to be 4 ft and no tank that you gan get will hold them full grown but have a good time with them tell thay need a new home and no 1 will take them fish avatar
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