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What eels could be taught to be hand fed?
30 gallon-2 black mollies, 1 red wag platy, 1 dwarf gourami, 2 giant danios, 3 marble hatchets
125 gallon- 1 black ghost knife, 1 senegal bichir, 1 blue jack dempsey, 1 needle nose gar, 1 red tailed shark
i've never had trouble getting any moray to handfeed, assuming that the eel was eating to begin with, but I would recommend sticking with something that is not capable of removing fingers. : ) snowflakes, zebras, chainlinks are all very good choices if you have the right aquarium for them. For the record, ribbon eels, if you find one that actually accepts food, are very easy to handfeed, but I still wouldn't recommend purchasing one b/c of their high mortality rate. They are better left in the ocean.
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