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November 25, 2007

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Aaron

Probably the best summary of each individual species i've found so far (even though as stated they are very similiar)! Throughout my experience however, i have found the two can be kept together! I would argue that a tank size of 6 feet or more should be used (300L +) and the rainbow shark should be substancially larger than the red tail. The tank should be heavily decorated with drift wood, plants and rocks as stated above with plenty of hiding places. Initial fights and chases are to be expected but should die down after a number of days. However if noticeable damage is inflicted remove one or the other. Any further questions email me at aaron_d.swa@hotmai.com

Aaron.

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Impressive blog! -Arron

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