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Redders Tank
It is Barry the Bircher, he’s cool. Cracks his own detail and is an active little fella.

Boss of the tank is definitely Bruce the shark (from Finding Nemo). I’ve had him 3 years and he has always ruled the roost.

My 3 year old picks the names and helps with feeding. I just clean, stock, feed and deal with the rest of the admin.
Juwel Rio 450
New World Cichlids
Remainder from closed down tank
Overstocked but happy.
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(14-08-2019, 09:31 AM)KevB Wrote: Looks like Juwel Rio 240 unless I'm misjudging the scale.

It’s a 5ft (450l). When I interrupt the video to feed, I probably make it look smaller being 6’3” and wide
Juwel Rio 450
New World Cichlids
Remainder from closed down tank
Overstocked but happy.
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I recognise your completed handy-work - looking good.

Also love seeing the fish looking heathy and chunky in your tank.
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Do you know which species of Bichir it is?
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(14-08-2019, 11:15 AM)KevB Wrote: Do you know which species of Bichir it is?

It’s a Polypterus Senegalus / Senegal Birchir / Dinosaur Eel or my favourite, the Swamp Dragon. Had him since he was 2” and doesn’t display any aggressive tendencies. I do sit watching every day and will monitor his growth and behaviour.

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Juwel Rio 450
New World Cichlids
Remainder from closed down tank
Overstocked but happy.
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I think that's all you can do at this stage, though if he does decide to start having a go at fish as he gets bigger the chances are it will be at night anyway.
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That's a good looking tank.

Your rock project also looks good.
6 foot (600L) South America Rio Guaporé theme.

7 x Biotodoma cupido, 4 x Laetacara dorsigera, 2 x Apistogramma trifasciata (wild), 20 x Gymnocorymbus ternetzi, 18 x Hyphessobrycon eques, 30 x Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi, 18 x Corydoras Sterbai, 12 x Corydoras caudimaculatus, 9 x Otocinclus sp.

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