Question odd ball fish

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I am always on the look out for "odd ball" fish.. does anyone have any suggestions?
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What type of oddball fish do you like? Odd looking ones, large ones prehistoric looking ones? Just depends on what you like.

I have Dojo loaches and I thing they are a little odd
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Shelli both tanks appear to be overstocked abit. are we discussing possible additions to the tanks or just oddball fish in general?
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If you mean Arowana by Dragon Fish, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Arowanas don't deserve tanks less than 300 gallons. As they grow larger, they get a bit stiff-bodied, and these 3.5 foot long fish may not even have enough room to turn around in the tank. A square-shaped tank or a very wide one is the best to give them swimming space, though it doesn't have to be too deep, due to their tendency to stay near the surface.
 

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Good morning,

I have moved your thread to the oddball fish section of the forum.

Thanks!

Ken
 
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ok..thanks.. new here and did not know that it was in the wrong spot. Just trying to find some interesting fish to add too or start a new tank with
 
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I like them all. I just would like to have a something different then the "norm"
 
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