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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 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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