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i forgot to look at the price while at the store, and that might change my mind completely, but here it goes.
ive been thinking peacock spiny eel. my tank is long enough. some websites said stuff like10-20 gallons for one is fine, and that seemed ridiculous, but another said minimum of 36'' and i was like, that makes more sense!
so i did some reading and some reading online, and it says it will eat smaller fish, and another website said fish like corys were fine! so im a little confused there. what would u say?
well yea, thats all ive been thinking about... and a website... ill try to find it.. hold on.. http://elmersaquarium.com/10eel_peacock.htm there. it gives these communities and some with small fish... so idk if thats right or not?
then is says "similar sized" fish. KAY WELL A CORY IS NEVER GOING TO BE 12'' !!!
could someone sort this out for me? and also tell me the average price of one where u are :) *even tho it might be totally different where i am*
I have had these eels on a few occasions. Mine were fed feeder guppies as weel as other baby livebearers. You must keep you tank TIGHTLY covered and provide hiding places for them. Caves, flower pots, and stacked rock will do nicely. I have also been able to feed them shrimp pellets at times.
but... would it eat my corys?
so am i risking alot getting this eel?(alot meaning my adorable corys)
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