Xingu Black Wolf

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This is my second as I lost my first to a tank breakage.
 

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Very nice, what do u feed it, toddlers?
 

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He is a beaut mate, when he gets a big more confident and feds well he is going to be amazing fish :)
 
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He is a beaut mate, when he gets a big more confident and feds well he is going to be amazing fish :)

Cheers M8. I am hoping he will come out his shell a bit more with some company in a bigger setup.

That fish is huge!

What size is your tank?

He is actually quite small, only 11" currently sitting in a 36g temperaraly until I get my garage sorted, nearly there, he will be in a 6x2x2.

Think I'll stick with tetras.... that thing makes me panic a little - run away!!

It's all relative really, In fact he is a big Tetra.

I can't think of much scarier than a 2 foot Neon. They have a fare set of teeth. Drop a small bit of fish in a group of tetra's and watch them go mad for it.
 
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Thanks Paul. There is something about Wolf fish, propably the teeth that gives them a great presence.
 
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