- Nov 23, 2005
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- Jersey, Channel Islands.
I've read a lot of different things in these ACF threads.. I have 1 female ACF, in a 10g. No plants, filters or anything. Eats everything it can fit in its mouth. It eats guppys, floating turtle reptile pellet things, dead fish. I had a cory catfish that got trapped in a tube in my 10g tank with the bubbler and it died, dropped it in, and she ate it in a few seconds, not picky at all. Clean the tank once a month or so and its fine. Heck I had 2 large goldfish in there once, she tried at them a few times, but not really doesn't even care won't go for them.
Neat frogs I gotta say, can't wait to see how she does with some larger native fish.
Sadly this is a prime example of how, many animals can withstand even the most hostile of conditions and poor treatment and still survive.
Surely all pet owners should aim to keep animals that are thriving rather than living in sub-lethal conditions?