03-02-2008, 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by comando489
Originally Posted by impuls3d
ok, so i was at my lfs(big als) and i asked the guy who worked there about my fish. You shouldve seen his facial expression. He told me that there all gonna rip each other apart when they grow big. So he suggested that i buy this product from secondary lfs called a isolation trap or box or something. he told me that it isolates the fish and after a few weeks the fish wont be as agressive. Is this true? if so, i plan on buying it. Some foreign floating isolation tank for 26.99. It has a arowana on its cover and is about 1 -5 gallons.
since it is obvious that you do not want to listen to anyone here is the truth about what will happen to your fish.
they will start to get mean, real mean, ripping each others fins off, lip locking, chasing the hell out of one another and eventually killing each other.
please make up your mind on one of your fish and take the rest back. THIS IS YOUR ONLY OPTION. (notice the capital letters) you are throwing your money, time and fish away by doing what you are trying to pull off right now.
i do not think you are ready to keep an arowana. see if you can return him for the price you purchased him for.
stop being so ignorant
and listen to the same advice everyone has given you.
I love how i havent said anything to promote some form of verbal dispute against any of you, yet some
of you who replied, reply with comments that lack any type of respect. First time on this forum and will probably be my last time after this post. The ones who replied with disrespectful comments need to look back at my posts and not jump to conclusions. ok, yes these fish are aggressive and so what if i ask if theres a possible solution to solve that problem, its just a question, its not like i said " you guys are idiots and dunno how to raise fish"
some of you, honestly need to calm down, not jump to conclusions and find some respect. Delete me off this forum if you want, theres no point in talking to people who lack respect.