- - Rubber eel
|Mikaila31 ||12-29-2009 12:57 AM |
|mastermindc3pro ||12-29-2009 01:54 AM |
Thats awsome looking
|Twistersmom ||12-29-2009 07:47 AM |
Great shot! Very cool looking eel!
|Sinopa ||12-29-2009 01:00 PM |
I've never seen these before! How much do they sell for?
|Kelso ||12-30-2009 02:54 AM |
OMG! That's so freaking cool! I have never even seen them! I wish I had more room...=/ So many fish...so little space...
|Mikaila31 ||12-30-2009 11:34 AM |
I have a pair, my female is larger and fatter. Getting the pair was just luck though, I paid $30 each for them when they where 12" long. You don't see them for sale very often. These two where the first I saw in a long time and I haven't seen anymore since I bought these two(about 2 years).
They are pretty fun to keep. They don't touch the fish they are kept with, which range from 1" to 3" in size. They are both in a 55gal and can burrow completely under the substrate if they feel threatened. They can also move well out of water, my glass tops are heavily taped down to keep them in the tank.
|rsheets ||12-30-2009 02:45 PM |
I had one a long time ago. They are really weired. good picture. I know they don't swim much.
|cmc29 ||01-24-2010 04:11 PM |
What a NEAT Eel!!!!
|Angel079 ||01-24-2010 05:37 PM |
DANG is that thing big or what!? How is it not eating your Tetra in there???? WOW that must be total fun to watch that tank!!
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