7-8 Inch Gray Bichirs with Sarasa Comets





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Uploaded on Oct 9, 2011

First of all I'd like to give a shout out to the person who made the sublime music I'm using in the background of the video with his permission.

So if you like the music it was made by Brett 'GameQber' Moulton (original by Koji Kondo)" , and you can go here to check out his website: http://www.gameqber.com/ and his youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/GameQber , he has awesome music and your conscience demands you go check it out!

Moving on the fish you see in this tank go by different common names. The two big ones that are 7 to 8 inches long often go by Senegal Bachir, and Dinosaur Eel in pet-shops. Their actual species name is: "Polypterus senegalus". My pair appear to be a male and female and enjoy each others company pretty well.

The other species is often called Sarasa Comets which are really just fancy goldfish. Do yourself a favor. Do not get these pretty gold fish unless you plan to put them in a 75 gallon or bigger...with kick ass filtration, or unless you plan to have a big pond to put them in. I no longer have these Comets (I rehomed them to a goldfish pond). They made a big mess of my water quality and I don't advise keeping them in tanks. They belong in ponds.

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