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Thread: Eel question

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    I have a 210 gallon tank and have a tire track eel who's about 8" right now. I have a black knife fish, rainbow shark, pleco, clown loaches, and these big tetra kinda fish. We were going to add a fire eel but I hear conflicting information about the tire track and the fire eel getting along. Does anyone have any success with them together?

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    Never kept a fire eel with a tire track, but if you google "tire track and the fire eel" you'll get some good results from folks who have. My personal favorite eel is the Lake Tanganykia plagiostoma. Much smaller species, 8" is close to their max size, but unlike most spiny nose eels they don't burrow in the substrate.

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