Photo #3 - An Empty Endler - Tilapia, Florida Gars, Long No...

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 10 GALLON TANK WITH BABY ENDLERS, HARD TO SEE!
Advice: DONT START OFF WITH SALTWATER. TRY TO DO RESEARCH ON YOUR FISH AND VISIT TO FORUMS AND SEE OTHER FISH LOVERS WITH YOUR SAME TYPE OF SPECIES.
Fish Kept: Tilapia, Florida Gars, Long Nose Gars, Goldfish, Pleco, Rocket Gars, Barracuda, Peacook bass, Jack Dampsey, Green Terror, Guppy, Feeder Guppy, Endlers, , Mosquito fish, AND MY FAVORITE ALLIGATOR GARS
Corals/Plants: favorite are duckweeds.
Tank Size: 500 gallons
Quote: NOW YOUNG FRY, LATER A LOVING PARENT
About Yourself: WELL MY FIRST FISH WAS A BABY ALLIGATOR GAR ABOUT 1.5 INCH WHEN I WAS 8 YEARS OLD. I HAD ART CLASS AND ONCE I GOT OUT I ALWAYS RUN TO THE NEAR FISH STORE AND LOOK AT THE FISH UNTIL I GOT OVER CONTROL BY THIER VIBRANT COLORS AND BEHAVIORS.

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