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MY LARGEST AQUARIUMS | The King of DIY

MY LARGEST AQUARIUMS | The King of DIY



My largest aquariums may be the focus in this video, but we cover and update on a few things. Including the plants in the 2,000G fish tank, the asian arowana with drop eye and my follow up thoughts on it. The stingrays, the clown loaches, vieja, killifish eggs, and of course FRANK THE FLOWERHORN!

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  1. My largest aquariums may be the focus in this video, but we cover and update on a few things. Including the plants in the 2,000G fish tank, the asian arowana with drop eye and my follow up thoughts on it. The stingrays, the clown loaches, vieja, killifish eggs, and of course FRANK THE FLOWERHORN!

  2. drop eye can be cured without surgery if treated early when drop eye is starting to develop. i cured 4 wild silver arowana that had roughly 30 degree drop eye by covering all the sides of the tank for over 3+ months forcing them to look up for any kind of interaction.

    you should put it in the pond and see if it improves over time before you decide to to surgery.

  3. I think the dropeye is a genetic issue. Most every aquarium is going to have better quality water than in the wild, in my opinion, unless it's not cleaned enough.

  4. Ha, yes! The amount of times I initially thought my clown loaches had died when I first got them, before putting my net in only to see them swim away was too many to count.

  5. Fish do feel pain there evidence to support this everywhere Joey. There’s just 0 evidence they feel pain the same way as humans but that’s the same case with dogs, cats etc yet there are afforded ‘humans’ rights. Fish should not be excluded

  6. You need to feed it live food. The fluids and blood in live food is much more healthy than pellets and frozen dried foods that remove all the nutrients.

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