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Chris Logan - 2006-09-12
I have had one of these for the past two years and it is awesome. I feed him Formula One which really brings out his colors. When I bring his food to the tank he comes right up to the top like he's begging. This is the hardiest fish I have ever owned. About a year ago I had a bad ammonia spike and he was the only fish to survive. These are great fish!

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Animal-World info on Miniatus Grouper
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johnny - 2006-02-12
i have owned a miniatus for several months and like the last comment when i added tangs he went for them because he is so territorial. if u plan on owning one of these beautiful fishes and housing them with other fish it is highly recommended that u put this grouper dead last in order of fish in your tank so he does not territorialize every part of your tank. always research fish before adding them to your tank because fish dont deserve to die or suffer.....good luck


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Bill Ostrander, III - 2004-12-26
I owned one of these for several months and was my pride and joy. A very beautiful fish and wonderful to watch/interact with. I had lots of rockwork for him to hide amongst and he loved every part of it. I had to trade him in unfortunately because he tried to eat my powder blue tang. As soon as the grouper was out of the tank in a quarantine tank (to allow the tang to become acclimated), all of my other fish that had been hiding all the time came out. I put two and two together, and unfortunately the answer meant trading him in to my local fish store for in store credit. Probably one of the best fish I have owned, I just wish I had planned better as far as compatability.

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Animal-World info on Marine Betta
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James - 2004-10-08
i have had my marine betta grouper for more than a couple months :). i feed them frozen food like those saltwater variety packs, hoping they get all the nutrition. i get some tank water, put the frozen cube in there and stir it till it thaws out. I pour the contents on both sides of the tank. :) i really like this fish, very interesting :) and very shy but, have heard he is a predator.

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carl - 2004-05-19
Beautiful fish which spend alot of time swimming near the surface of my tank. Prefers live food, but will eat frozen prawns. Has to watch the food for a bit before eating and will often not eat food which stops moving (falls to the sand or live rock) before it attacks.

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Animal-World info on Marine Betta
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Robert - 2004-05-02
I have had a marine betta for about a year now and it eats frozen mysys shrimps without any problem. The product (which I have delivered by air courrier from British Columbia) is fantastic. I have other fishes that are difficult to feed (like a copperband butterfly) and this one also eats that frozen mysis shrimps like crazy. It is the only non-live food that they will eat.

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