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56 - 2007-05-15
I own a 264 inch silver arowana! I feed it 46 fishes a day. It lives in a 365x48x74 inch tank!

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jon - 2007-04-30
My son's just brough one of these fantastic fish and its happy in my 70L tank. The long finned zebra danios are fully grown and the only fish that could be at risk. He enjoys twilight feeding of discus food from hand and spends noon sheltering under the floating plants. If the carnivous plants dont get any flys first, I shall feed the flys to him.

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daniel - 2007-04-23
I have a Butterfly Fish, aptly named Angel, in a 75 gallon tank with 4 Banjo Cats, 3 Kuhli and 2 Chinese Hillstream Loaches, 6 Fire Mouth and 2 Dwarf Flag Cichlids, 7 Tiger Barbs, 10 Cherry Barbs, 20 or so Neon Tetras, a Clown, Albino, and Common Pleco, and 2 Albino African Clawed Frog. It is a well planted environment with hiding places for them all. It includes blue moon light when the timer shuts the daytime lights off. The Butterfly is definitely the master of his domain and doesn

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Anonymous - 2007-04-13
They can be aggresive and will also eat small fish.

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prasad brothers - 2007-04-01
My brother and I are owners of a 20 inch silver arowana,16 inch albino oscar, 19 inch rare albino(white)clown knife, 25 inch red bellied pacus, and an 18 inch pleco. They are all housed in a custom 1000 gallon aquarium. It has an amazon river theme. All these fish are a beautiful addition to any large aquarium. Definitely not recommended for a beginner. Its very fun to watch them grapple 3-6 inch feeder fish. These fish are very costly for they consume 5-6 hundred comets(adult gold fish) a week. The tank is filtered by custom filter which filters 1,200 gallons an hour. A setup like this will roughly cost anyone a good 6,000-8,000 dollars. But it is worth every dollar.

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Jennifer - 2007-03-21
I have had one of these for several months and I have never seen it come to the top for air. I have a large castle that it likes to hide in, and I hardly ever see it. Kind of dissapointing considering how exspensive it was!

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Abe Resmeros - 2007-01-31
On March 20, 2006 i bought four 8 inch silver Arowanas. After 10 months, one of them grew to 18 inches while the rests grew to about 16 inches. It is costly to maintain them because i am feeding them with live fish, but keeping them is giving me so much happiness. Seafarers who are visiting us here at Stella Maris Seaman's Centre, Kaohsiung, Taiwan are really amused and amazed on how fast they grow and how beautiful they are. They would often take photos with them to show them to their loved ones back home. Its worth keeping them!

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Mcmanoy_23 - 2007-01-03
I am Mcmanoy_23 keeping an Australian gold arowana. her name is MILES and almost 4 years old this april 2007. she is almost 15 inches now, before her length was almost 4 inches. i have a 100 gallon aquarium for it to swim gracefully. i tell you, its worth it. Its amazing when im feeding it, the mouth is awesome! im very thankful i have MILES because shes taken my stresses after my work.

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Devon Chew - 2006-12-22
I've had several of Baby Arowanas which were silver and pearl. At first they were very hard to take care of. But as i kept buying some more,(which cost me a lot of money) it kept getting easier. I always started with a baby Arowana which was silver. They were cheaper than the Pearl Arowana so i didn't buy pearl. My 3rd baby arowana i bought a week ago is doing great. Its getting comfortable in its aquarium(but it seems to small, im planning to buy a 150cm aquarium for it). I haven't named it yet. I have no idea whether its a male or female. I feed it frozen shrimps which it likes. I don't dare to feed live fish because of the fat and diseases. I try to keep the water between 20 to 28 degrees celcius. I don't really have any decorations for it. So i just give it a nice aquarium light to make it like home. Even though i've had this fish for a week only, i love it already. It seems to be my favorite fish.

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Brandi & Nathan - 2006-09-22
I had a Butterfly for a few months, but lost him to my cat. (I had him in a small tank with no cover) I just recently got another one and we put him in the comunity tank this time. (It has a lid) He is with a Beta, Gouramis, a Rainbow Shark, 2 Red Fin sharks, Sahara, Black Rubber Eel, Dragonfish, a few goldfish, Yoyo Loach, a Lace Catfish, 2 Flat Catfish, algae eaters and some snails. They all seem to be 1 big happy family in a 55 gallon tank.


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