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#3 Feb 20, 2013
Do you still have it? How big is it currently?

London, KY

#4 Feb 20, 2013
need to know wrote:
Do you still have it? How big is it currently?
hes gone he was 6 or 7 inches long sold white blue eyes just a little orange on the tail fins

Barbourville, KY

#5 Feb 21, 2013
Rambler65 wrote:
<quoted text>Why would someone with a nice aquarium want to put one of those in it. Why don't you kill it before it gets in a river or stream and kills off the native fish species?
waters to cold here for that kind of fish i rise chi-child fish i got a jack demceny (not spelled right) i would put 20 against any hes killed 4 huge pucus and has left marks on me he also chages hes color one bad mofo

London, KY

#6 Feb 21, 2013
red devil cichlid originate from Central America, namely the lakes of Nicaragua the waters in ky are to cold for one to live much breed

Elkridge, MD

#7 Apr 18, 2014
The most uneducated comment I've seen, red devils, midas, would never last in waters in America other then Florida, which they were put in by the government south american bass to control other fish released.

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