12-16-2006, 01:59 AM
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Originally Posted by tophat665
I don't know - beef heart, mackerel, shrimp, whole smelts, squid, mice fed on honeyed barley, small pigeons. Kept in a clean, slightly too small aquarium with a gravel bottom and well fed and treated, this could be a wonderful tank raised food fish.
Do you realize what kind of work that would be to keep clean? You'd need to make it a full time job with multiple 80% water changes in a day if the tank is too small and fed in such a manner. Who would want to do all that work for a fish that could die during the night, meaning it would be no good for eating by the time you woke up and found it the next day?
Nothing about this would make much sense.