My Two Big Tanks.

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A pic of my 210 and 220 gallon tanks.
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Very nice! I love all the big guys!
 

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Wow ! Big fish in big tanks !
Nice !
 

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Wow! Very nice. What kind of fish are they? (Besides big lol)
 

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Very nice, clean, simple layout! I love the way they look together.
 

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Those look amazing!! WTG
 

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I don’t know but it looks like the fish on the right are planning a jump into the left side tank . Maybe at feeding time. Definitely something going on in there. Great looking tanks!!!
 

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86 ssinit said:
I don’t know but it looks like the fish on the right are planning a jump into the left side tank . Maybe at feeding time. Definitely something going on in there. Great looking tanks!!!
That's how the two tanks fluctuate from 210 to 220
 
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The tank on the right has peacock bass, flagtail prochilodus, zebrina pikes and a 2 foot fire eel.


The tank on the left has 11 Kigoma frontosa.

 

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Beautiful! Did you purchase all the frontosas or breed some?
 

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Amazing, loving how big these ones are!
 
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Platylover said:
Beautiful! Did you purchase all the frontosas or breed some?
I purchase them all when they were about 3 to 4 inches.
 
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I like the bigger more hard to find fish. I have some wild Orinoco Altums in my upstairs display tank. Just have always been into more of the larger fish.
 

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Great looking fish and tanks.
Wish I had a basement, I would do 800 gallon aquarium there.
 

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freak78 said:
I like the bigger more hard to find fish. I have some wild Orinoco Altums in my upstairs display tank. Just have always been into more of the larger fish.
I thought the tanks in basement looked sweet , but I going to beg to see the Altums !
Nice pikes also ...
I have silver and Albino Dantumns and they are as you said larger fish ..
 
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My Altums.
 
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