OMG!!! what's this in my tank?

Discussion in 'Predatory Fish Discussion' started by amino, Feb 23, 2018.

  1. amino

    amino Member

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    when i started this hobby i didn't have any idea about this hobby , so someone made the tank and brought me 50 KG purple and unrefined live rocks ,so i think he came to my tank like this
     

  2. amino

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    you know i got him with a tiny bottle which i put a cub of frozen food in it.after 24 h i got him
     
  3. amino

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    dude thay are not cool . when they become bigger the will hunt all your fish and cleanup crow
     
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    Scampi.
     
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    Thats why I said putting them in a species tank.
     
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    Back in Borneo ... they're delicacy from the sea and usually kept inside plastic bottles ... waiting for their fate (wok). They can grow pretty big and yes ... delicious like lobster meat too!
     
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    ArowanaLover1902 Well-Known Member Build Thread Contributor

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    When you have a reef dragon just chilling in your sump waiting for things to kill
     
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