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    i need help on peacock eels. i was wondering what sized tank they need and water chemistry. Most sites have info that go against other sites. the only thing that is the same is they need hiding spots, sand, and stay under 12 inches
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    I would like to know some info one this cool species while my second tank is cycling please. They amazingly awesome...... like what to feed and any other usefull info thanks

    TANK that is cycling has a sand gravel not rough about 1-2 inches deep and soon to get more caves
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    As you have started two threads to ask the same question, I have merged them into one
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    it's good to start eels on bloodworms, brineshrimp, or live fry. getting them to eat well and stay in the tank are the hardest parts of owning one. they are great escape artists and will get out of the tank via any tiny spot. sand is not 100% necessary, but if using gravel, keep it small and smooth. they do like to burrow in the sand if adequate shelter is not available. A nice hollow log is usually their fav spot.

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    okkk thanks to both of you also the site says a 20 gallon as the smallest so a 30 is fine right?
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