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  1. #21


    0 Not allowed!
    5 foot long by 30 inches is pretty big.

  2. #22


    0 Not allowed!
    most articles i have read say a shallow tank with areas for them to rest just below the surface of the water. some say as small as a 75 gallon others say larger, but they say to half fill the tank with water. this fish can probably live in a deep tank, but since the depth isnt as important as the surface area and since i am making this tank with my own two hands i am building a shorter tank but wider and longer. also i can make the tank deep, but since that is not important, i am saving money by making the tank shorter in height by not using as much glass. also this tank will be more practical than a half filled tank as it will be easier to clean, i won't have to lean over several inches of glass to clean it. now i admit i might have to adjust my initial 2.5 inch cushion from the water surface and the lid. but this is easily fixed. the lid will be secure to keep them from jumping out, more than likely i will make it where i can use a latch to secure it. the 60" by 30" should be comparable to the surface area. it certainly is wide enough i would think. i could go 66" or 72" long.

  3. #23


    0 Not allowed!
    glass is pretty expensive so the less i can spend on glass the better. i can put the money towards plants and fish and filters and decorations.

  4. #24


    0 Not allowed!
    another anablep article. i like this site as a whole.

  5. #25


    0 Not allowed!
    wow. p. parrae is too small. check out the color on these wild mollies.

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