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    Hi,

    gar, giant gourami, stingray, unknown catfish in corner.

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    That is ....awesome. I never thought of a peacock bass being an aquarium fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (The Griffin @ Feb. 09 2005,12:50)]That is ....awesome. I never thought of a peacock bass being an aquarium fish.


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    Holy crap!! Where the hell do you... holy crap!!.. get the money for... HOLY CRAP!!
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    whoa! 600 gallong!!!!!!! could you post a pic of the whole setup with maybe someone standing next to it
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    Looks great, how much does that setup cost to maintain? I'm sure you have at least several pond filters as well [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] What about substrate? Also, what do you feed them? They look darn healthy, good job.

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    On the one pic the sting ray...I am not seeing any substrate. A few rocks, but it looks like glass for the bottom. Is that right?

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    doesnt cost much to maintain. No substrate. Easy to keep clean. The rays do not mind bare bottom tanks. This ray is a brute, and can out-compete some of the fish in the tank for food. The tank is acrylic by the way.

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