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  • Participation in our Breeders Award and CARES programs
  • Priority registration for Swap Meets (5 per year)
  • Ability to buy fish at our Rare Fish Auction (2 per year)
  • Participation in Bag Exchanges (during Covid)
  • Members-only events such as Holiday Party, Picnic, hobby tours and more
  • Our award-winning website which includes hundreds of articles, a cichlid classifieds allow you to find local fish for sale and special members-only sections
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  • Participation in our Breeders Award and CARES programs
  • Priority registration for Swap Meets (5 per year)
  • Ability to buy fish at our Rare Fish Auction (2 per year)
  • Participation in Bag Exchanges (during Covid)
  • Members-only events such as Holiday Party, Picnic, hobby tours and more
  • Our award-winning website which includes hundreds of articles, a cichlid classifieds allow you to find local fish for sale and special members-only sections
  • Show your support for the top cichlid club in the USA
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Emperor Cichlid vs. Terrapin from Tanganyika

12 years 7 months ago #6922 by Mullet
They get a lot bigger than 1'.  They will push on 3 feet

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12 years 7 months ago #6918 by rm-slover
that fish just body slammed that turtle!!!! bad @$$!!

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12 years 7 months ago #6832 by addicted2cichlid
awesome...  i wonder if one or two would be alright in the 180 since they get up to around one foot!

girl picked up at bar:  oh wow u have alot of fishies in here, arent they supposed to be gold, like goldfish...  why arent these ones gold, oh that one is so ugly, why would u have more than one tank....  (she carried on for about 10 mins).

me:  please get out of my house.

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12 years 7 months ago #6814 by Bearfan
People at monsterfishkeepers some house them.  They get extremely large!!  You need a lot of tank space for them.  Very cool fish.

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12 years 7 months ago #6803 by dragonkeeper
That is a bad*** fish. I want one.


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12 years 7 months ago #6800 by sawboy2
Replied by sawboy2 on topic Emperor Cichlid vs. Terrapin from Tanganyika
That was awesome!

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12 years 7 months ago #6793 by dragonkeeper
Cool video of the Emperor cichlid (Boulengerochromis microlepis) defending its bower.

video.nationalgeographic.com/video/playe...ightingterrapin.html


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