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    Love to see how well those other fish do once the piranha grow a little. I've kept many fish with Boris. He was quite playful and they used to follow him like a Ramora does a shark. Then he got big. Then there was no fish lesson learned only tank mates now are large Malaysian trumpet snails. And he does snack on them quite frequently. One thing, Boris seems to have a personality disorder he doesn't like it if you don't look at his tank, but likes it even less if you look at him directly. But if you look away he goes mad to attract your attention . I did a lot of reading. Apparently they cannot digest mammalian or avian meat properly. I try to avoid it totally. Instead feeding him bugs. Cod strips and algae wafers.

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    You will find as they get bigger one will completely dominate the other,As they start establishing territory. You may find you need to separate them at some point or get more piranha and a bigger tank. I have Boris my largest in a 180litre bow front and I'd consider it too small for him.

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