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    Thumbs up Tiger fish and Wolf fish - FIERCE!

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    what a fierce fish!! found in the fresh water regions of The Gambia River on the West African Coast







    Wolf fish... stylo!




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    Your "wolf fish" is actually a wolfEEL. Wolf fish are freshwater and can be bought at Cichlids Forever.

    Nice tiger though. I hope no one's stupid enough to release that thing into our local waterways

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    release it!
    the LuoHans will have to all balik kampung (go home) man
    no more being king here
    just look at the teeth on that thing!
    Last edited by Justikanz; 19th Nov 2006 at 16:37. Reason: Remove immediate quotation

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    Quote Originally Posted by XnSdVd View Post
    Your "wolf fish" is actually a wolfEEL. Wolf fish are freshwater and can be bought at Cichlids Forever.

    Nice tiger though. I hope no one's stupid enough to release that thing into our local waterways
    where's cichlid forever in Singapore?
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    Woah, that thing will chomp your fingers off the 1st chance it gets

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    Hmmm... very fierce looking fishes. The teeth look so intimdating.

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    These fishes are not cheap so I think highly unlikely they will be thrown into drain. Besides they are desirable fishes many people want to try to keep.


    I still remembered fondly few years back people released piranhas into Jurong canal. Spice up local life and keep kids off the drain

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    considering the length of those teeth, i will be nowhere near the drains
    they'll probably bite a fair sized chunk out of me
    and i don't think i have that much spare chunks around for them

    haha if those were actually released into the reservoirs,
    i can see the government's vision of opening up the reservoirs for watersports going up in smoke
    Last edited by Justikanz; 19th Nov 2006 at 16:39. Reason: Remove immediate quotation and please do not use SMS shortforms! 'tink', 'outta'. 'dun' etc...

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    Now now, the discussion is on these fish. Lets not give the terrorists funny ideas...

    As for where CF (Cichlids Forever) is... erm... somewhere in serangoon? It's a 5 minutes walk from Kovan MRT, Walk in the direction of Serangoon JC.

    Here's a link to what they look like:
    http://www.aquariacentral.com/fishin...wolffish.shtml
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    Tiger and wolfeels, if released into reservoirs will finaly meet their match.

    They will be terminated by the animal killer - tioman snakehead

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    tiger fish scientific name : Hydrocynus Goliath








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    wolf fish scientific name: Anarhichas lupus




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    Quote Originally Posted by ah_hup View Post
    tiger fish scientific name : Hydrocynus Goliath








    good infomation ah hup, italicised some more btw goliath must not be capitalised.

    btw also good if you can indicate the source of the pictures if you can, basic courtesy for the owners.
    Last edited by Justikanz; 19th Nov 2006 at 16:40.
    why I don't do garden hybrids and aquarium strains: natural species is a history of Nature, while hybrids are just the whims of Man.
    hexazona crumenatum Galleria Botanica

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    Hmm... I believe Anarhichas lupus is a shellfish eater. Hence the blunt appearance of the teeth. And look at all the shells littered around it's den.

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    Hmmmmmmmmmmm...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by ah_hup View Post
    where's cichlid forever in Singapore?
    Hi ah_hup,

    CF is located at 1024, upper serangoon road. S(534762).
    We are Ron and norven here, do call us if you need assistance.

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