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:lol: got a huge red terror heyanyone know the largest known to man mine wont stop growing had for couple months and hes bigger than my full grown green terror :D
08-13-2006, 03:42 PM
how long would u say he is? can u get a pic?
i got to wait for pics but he is about 8" haha trying to get him still because hes eating
08-13-2006, 03:49 PM
oh well i believe that they get to around 16"
wow! what size tank would it take? mine says half way there only 8 more haha
08-13-2006, 03:58 PM
i think ud need atleast 60 gal or more 60 gallons is around 250litres if u dont read gallons
would this be with other fish or just him by hiself...
now that he stays still hes about another in. and half
08-14-2006, 06:56 AM
what other fish are u keeping with him
green terror long pike 9" small pike flowerhorn which i am going to raise for a little while in a pesonal tank so his color can restore from the misuse of a friendanother red terror a little smaller -huge alage eater...
08-15-2006, 05:19 PM
umm i think a 6 footer with about 150 gallons would be needed atleast with those other fish but i think as long as they dont fight theyll be right for a short bperiod of time but once they start getting bigger u should get a tank id say start saving now and get it asap
...and soon the long pike comes out and will be putting more into the tank but right now we are working on killin black algae.
if he gets that way trust me he will be sold
08-15-2006, 06:06 PM
shame though nice fish they are, u sure u cant in some way just upgrade your current tank, but also i spose since hes lived with the other fish he might be not that agressive, my oscar lived with a 3 inch blue gourami untill the oscar was about 9 inches then i had second thoughts and feared for its safety and removed it but the oscar was always nice to it
08-15-2006, 06:42 PM
Full3R is right. The fish you mention grows fast and would need a a big tank.
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