Do You Want to Keep Giant Arapaima?

Do you want to keep Giant Arapaima at home? Do you have a tank big enough for Giant Arapaima?

Do you want to keep Giant Arapaima at home? Do you have a tank big enough for Giant Arapaima?

A Giant Arapaima can live for 20 years. A Giant Arapaima can weigh up to 440 pounds.

Are you sure you have a tank big enough to keep the Giant Arapaima?

If you have the space to keep the Giant Arapaima, you might as well keep a few Giant Arapaima. You can keep the fish from young, and allow them to breed upon maturity.

Just in case you do not know about the breeding habit of the Giant Arapaima, the Giant Arapaima can 180 thousand eggs and each egg is a few inches long.

The Giant Arapaima is one of the largest known aquarium fish. In fact, the Giant Arapaima is one of the largest freshwater fish.

You can keep a few Giant Arapaima for food as well.

It is very rare to find a Giant Arapaima growing more than six feet in the wild. The Giant Arapaima is a favorite food of the natives in South America. Overfeeding has led to a sharp decline in the population in the wild.

It is almost impossible to find a Giant Arapaima growing to a record length of nearly 15 feet in the wild.

The natives in South America catch the fish for food, and use the tongue for medicinal purpose.

The problem with this Giant Arapaima is that it must surface to breathe. It is a fish that breathes from the air. It cannot stay in deepwater to escape the harpoon of the fishermen.

That is why this fish is found in shallow water, and becomes the easy target for the fishermen.

If you want to keep a few Giant Arapaima, make sure you have a very large tank. You need to spend tons of money feeding them as well.

They are not vegetarians. They eat live fish, birds, beef heart and small animals. If you really want to keep Giant Arapaima, and breed them, you must make sure you have enough money to feed them.

They can jump a few feet into the air just to catch the bird that are resting on the branch. You need to keep a tight lid on the tank to avoid the fish from jumping out.

The most accurate description for the Giant Arapaima in term of eating habit is that they are messy eater. They can eat very well. However, you need to let them fast for a day every week.

Are you still keen in keeping the Giant Arapaima? You will be the talk of town if you can keep a few Giant Arapaima in the fish tank at home.

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  1. MAHESH RAJ

    On October 20, 2010 at 2:17 pm

    hai this is magu from india i just bought 2 arapaima i already have a some red tail cat fish and some gaint gourami can i keep all in a single tank

  2. scheng1

    On October 23, 2010 at 2:36 am

    Hi Mahesh, how big is your tank? All those fishes can grow really big.

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