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Thread: Mudskippers

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    my son had a couple of them we kept in a 10 gal we had a submerged filter and a submerged heater gravel on the bottom and we used slate to make them a place to climb on they were fed defrosted brine shrimp every day one day one of them decided to canibalize the other and i have no thoughts as to why that happened but they are quite neet to watch.
    90 gal 3 jags and 2 plecos
    55 gal 9 convicts 1 jack dempsey
    35 gal 4 comets
    10 gal lunch for the girls (jags )
    5 gal 1 beta 2 albino corys 3 bronze 1 pepper cory

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    It's good to know you enjoyed yours...they're on my short-list of critters to try at some point...

    ...lol...but not at the moment...the ark is full up...
    55 g Goldfish Tank - 3 Fancies, 2 Comets
    25 g Tropical Tank - Celestial Pearl Danio/Mixed

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    mine were cool, but they sadly got septicemia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rue View Post
    Anyone have one? The more I read, the more I'm intrigued...
    Have 8 0f them in a terrarium and their behavior is funny as hell. My terrarium is a 70 cm aquarium with half a land area made from small pebbles and the rest , about 5 liters of brackish water. Plus a few hollow rocks and decorative boats for them to hide in. Its important to put rocks in the water for them to stand on. I feed them brine shrimp, small fish, frozen blood worms and boiled chicken (finely chopped and without spices. ) They can be trained to take food from your hand but it takes time. Their eyes are on top of their heads and its funny to see two eyes looking out of the water. They like to jump.

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    This thread is 8 years old so probably not being watched anymore by the original poster. Better to start a new thread if you want to discuss this topic with someone.

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