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"I bought a peacock eel about 3 months ago they are darling pets. However they are escape artists. One day I decided to buy some blood worms and brine shrimp to feed him and my fire Eel I have a 55gal a 125 gal and a 29 gal tank he and the fire Eel stay in the 55gal. When I came back the peacock was gone. At first I thought the fire Eel had done him in. Then I thought back when the Fire Eel tried to escape and ended up in the filter perfectly fine. I checked the filter and yeah the peacock was there in the filter I tried to scoop him out and he wiggled and fell out scarring his side he died soon after. If you want to know what they like to eat go to wal-mart and get bass worms they go crazy over those and they are cheap!)"

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