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"We put 2 of these babies into our 55 gallon with a few other fish (2 platys and a molly). After a few months, and another inch on each we added a couple danios (which the sharks promtly ate one of) and then added 3 snails (the sharks ate all 3). They've recently been picking on the fish that were in there before them so badly that we had to take them all to a separate tank.
If you've got these guys with any community fish and you start to notice aggressive behavior, my suggestion is to separate them quickly, before you lose a fish. It's been suggested to me to put aggressive fish in with them if we wanted them to have ANY tankmates so we'll soon be adding a few cichlids. Keep your fingers crossed.
P.S. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely LOVE these guys. =)"
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