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  1. Cool Baby Great White Shark Catfish


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    I saw a weird catfish at my lfs, it was labeled "Baby Great White Catfish". Turns out it was a Cetopsis Coecutiens, a vicious catfish from South America that is capable of tearing holes into fish much bigger than itself! Anyone here have one of these? They were a little bit pricey and was wondering if anyone here was selling them. This is what they look like.....
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    Never seen those before.They look like they would need a huge tank of their own!
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    Can get them for you under 1$ each but then you have to order 100 of them ;-)
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    Beautiful. Something tells me they may not be easy to keep?

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    From what I've read they need something upwards of 75 gallons, I think that might be as an adult though. They can grow to be 10 inches but have a very slow growth rate. The one I saw was about 2.5 inches. Also, they thrive on current and swim non-stop..hence the name great white shark.lol

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    New fish to me, awesome looking cat.
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    We have a big one and a few babies at the aquarium I volunteer at.

    All they do is swim in orbits ALL DAY and they are dumb as bricks.

    I would pass on it.

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    How big Nightside? They never seem to sell any over 4 inches at my lfs, I started to think they needed more elaborate needs when they mature....

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    How big Nightside? They never seem to sell any over 4 inches at my lfs, I started to think they needed more elaborate needs when they mature....
    George is probably 8 or 9 inches long. He's about the build of a channel cat though if that gives you are reference.

    He swims in orbits about a foot in diameter so take that into consideration if you REALLY want one. Apparently that's just what they do in captivity...

    This guy feeds BRUTALLY too... haha Pretty neat to watch him feed.

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    That is an awsome fish!

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