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I'm sure abou the wild, but I know people have kept red bellys for about 20years. I've seen some that were 15years old.
 

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I honistly dont know, but due to high rain or flood in the amazon, and not in your fish tank, i hope. They might in some ways live longer in a tank, then in the river. However people who dont take care of them also might play a roll on this number
 

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There's some info on Frank's website about the age p's can reach. I don't know where it is exactly: just take a look. If I remember correctly, some p's reach an age of 25 years and perhaps even more (man, perhaps my reds will outlive me; weird idea to have to put fish in my will...
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looks like i wont be getting any new fish anytime soon since i have a rhom. hahaha. by the time the sucker dies i will probally be to old to take care of any other fish. haha
 

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o snap its eric said:
looks like i wont be getting any new fish anytime soon since i have a rhom. hahaha. by the time the sucker dies i will probally be to old to take care of any other fish. haha
Hehe, get a bigger tank? and put a tank devider in or jut get other tank and have two or three?
 
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