Some pics of my old Nano

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    Here are some pics of my old Nano that i had about 2 or 3 years ago, i miss those days, but i had 2 sell it for a bigger tank. 14274940b2fe3cb1a.jpg 14274940b30fc37ab.jpg 14274940b31dcaf68.jpg
     
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    and some more 14274940b38434cca.jpg 14274940b39689042.jpg 14274940b3a7acb1a.jpg 14274940b3c02a0ec.jpg
     
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    and one more 14274940b3e1b977d.jpg
     
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    Very nice, have you still got the eel?
     
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    Nope, he commited suicide, still dont know how he got out.
     
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    Shame, proper escape artists those things, but beautiful creatures.
     
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    Are eels hard to ceep wud love to have one some day
     
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    Not really, but it is advised to have your tank securely covered as they do tend to escape and end up dead on the floor. Some of them can become very tame and will take food from your fingers. Your best bet is a snowflake eel or a blue ribbon eel.
     
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    Cool nano Dan! Really like the eel.
     
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    Ribbon eel isn't so easy, most stop feeding in captivity, i got lucky.
    your best bet is a snowflake eel, eels are probably the easiest thing 2 keep, they are very hardy, never seen a sick eel and i've had a few, some dont eat for the 1st week, but when they get hungry they get pretty damn hungry, they treat their food like a pap snoek.
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    Thanks guys I'll will get them for my tank in time. I had a look at a wolf eel but i think they can become a bit to big but very tame.
     

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