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If you're a beginner at owning fish aquariums I would not advise you to go straight into owning a parana fish. These fish are actually very hard to care for and are almost at an expert level of fish keeping just because of the size of equipment you need. Because these fish need to be in schools of anywhere from 4 to 6 you will need at least a 100 gallon aquarium.
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Keeping Piranhas as pets is actually even illegal in some states so make sure to check your area before you even get too far into it. It is because people in the past have abused these fish in fish aquariums by starving them and having fights. It's a sick world we live in today but it's just the brutal truth so make sure to check your area and be very serious about keeping these fish.
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More than two thousand baby piranhas have been destroyed by the authorities after being illegally smuggled into the Philippines.
The flesh-eating freshwater fish is banned under Philippine law over fears that they could escape into the country's rivers and waterways.
These baby piranhas were found hidden under the false bottoms of plastic foam boxes containing other exotic fish.
The twelve boxes - with four thousand exotic fish - were flown into the Philippines from Hong Kong last Friday.
Officials of the fish quarantine section at Manila's international airport said the piranhas were apparently being brought into the country for sale to local collectors.
They are willing to pay high prices for such an unusual fish.
The import of piranhas is banned under Philippine law and confiscated fish are quickly disposed of.
The fish were killed by placing them in a container filled with the preservative formaldehyde.
SOUNDBITE: (English) "This is a big catch. The previous ones are small time, maybe for hobby purposes, but this one is for commercial scale. (Q. So why do you think they are smuggling piranhas into the country?) This is a very rare species in the Philippines in as much as it's illegal. So this is a collector's item, I should say, especially (among the) Chinese. They are very, very fond of this kind of species so they are trying to culture this or making a habit in their aquarium. SUPER CAPTION: Dennis Araullo, Director of Philippine Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
Possession of piranhas is banned partly because of the danger that the fish might be released into Philippine rivers after aquarium owners get tired of them.
As well as for having a voracious appetite, they are known to multiply rapidly.
The last known attempt to smuggle piranhas into the country was in 1983 when some 80 were confiscated, also at Manila's airport.
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