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fwf odd arapaima gigas - Arapaima Gigas 4.5"-6" (Arapaima Gigas)
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Jesus - emerald city   (Monday, April 23, 2018)

Talk about stupid, Kate... You couldn't tell the eric was making a clear joke...

  Big Fish
Kate - Chicago   (Sunday, June 8, 2014)

Make sure you have a pond (not aquarium) for these. They grow huge. I was reading the reviews and read some truly stupid person say they are moving three into a 20 gal tank so they can live out there lives. I'm sure all three of them are already dead by now but talk about bad planning.

Tim - Grantsville, Md   (Wednesday, May 23, 2012)

I got a healthy 5.5' arapaima about a week ago. Its is constantly swimming and loves when it is time to eat. It is a very attractive fish, and if you can provide the home and all of the requirments I'd def recomend this fish!

Sir - USA   (Wednesday, February 1, 2012)

Im not so sure about this but maybe the Arapaima is seasonal and only available in spring/summer, since a long time ago i checked this place and that had some in stock. Everyone seems to ask in fall or winter so maybe its seasonal. Plz tell me if im wrong and that they just dont have them because i love them alot :D

  My Paricu
eric - USA   (Friday, August 21, 2009)

I have 3 baby airapama in a 10 gallon tank. I plan on moving them up to a 20 gallon soon so they have a better place to live out there lives.

bradley Morrison - US   (Saturday, October 25, 2008)

when are u going to get some arapaima gigas?

  Arapaima Gigas
Michael C - Boston   (Friday, January 19, 2007)

As one of the most sought after food fish species in South America, it is often captured by spearing for export, and, consequently, large arapaima of more than 2 m are seldom found today.
Do to its size the Arapaima Gigas is a fish that should be either left in the wild or in a public aquarium. However, if you must have this fish please give it a suitable home.

In the wild these fish weigh in around 450+lbsand 177'! The best home set-up for these guys would be we a large indoor pond or if you live in a warm enviroment(ie. Florida)- outdoor ponds are best.

Max Size:150 - 177'

pH:Neutral towards slightly acidic ph is recommended. Needs well-filtered, highly oxygenated water.

Temperature:75-82° F.

Diet:Carnivorous(beefheart or large feeders. The Arapaima should be allowed a period of fasting every week

A. gigas is a predator that mainly eats other fish. If a bird or some other animal happens to be present, this large predator will also eat that animal. The pirarucu usually finds food near the top of the water because it is an obligate air breather that needs to surface every 10-20 min. However, the pirarucu is also capable of diving.

Tank mates: Large Red tail Catfish, Tropical Gar (Atractosteus tropicus)joking!.

TOMMY - BELGIUM   (Thursday, October 26, 2006)


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