I don't have photos because my camera just won't take to them too well.
I've got a few videos to share of my babies, and over time videos of sorts.
When I started up my 20 gallon towards the end of it's life I took this video: Updated Aquarium(Polypterus senegalus, and Gyrinocheilus aymonier) - YouTube
The two Bichirs simply got too big for it and I had been in process of setting up their move to a bigger tank.
There used to be a Chinese Loach and they actually got along fantastic for the longest time. Then there was a fight and the loach got hurt. I relocated him to a temporary set up so he could heal in peace but he died. I'll miss the little tyke. I regret with all my being that I could not do the relocation fast enough for him.
Once I set it up and it was stable I shot this video: 7-8 Inch Gray Bichirs with Sarasa Comets - YouTube
The original two Sarasas I bought to try to cycle the tank (and I was hoping they would survive because they are absolutely beautiful) and they survived the cycle.
This is the most recent video: Sarasa Comets and Gray Bichirs (2 months in new tank) - YouTube
The tank has run well for 2 months now. Something happened during the week that I was gone and the three Sarasa grew in size (one much more than the other). The mostly white one with the red-orange patch was a unplanned addition. It was too big for the tank it was in where it was being sold and no one wanted it because he wasn't pretty enough. I think that's silly since he's plenty pretty enough in my eyes. This tank will not be getting in any more fish. I am keeping it at what it has. I still plan to put in a backdrop at some point and if I get a top that someone may be giving to me for free than I may make a switch to adding live plants since the Sarasa's will like that.
The tank is a 55 gallon (50 perhaps now that I think about it) and four feet long. It's a little too tall for Bichirs but they find their way fine to the top for gulps of air.
At somepoint in the future I hope to do a final upgrade to a 100 gallon and I would like to add in an African Knifefish.