Jig Jig Parachromis Managuensis Jaguar Cichlid

Jig Jig My pride and joy

Here is a video, and a photo I was able to take of my fish last year while I was out of the house during the flood. I had my tank set up in my parents garage.
Jig Jig is a Parachromis Managuensis, commonly known as a Jaguar cichlid. He was just at 10 inches or so in this picture and video, but it has been a year since the flood and he now tips the ruler at 11 and 1/8th of an inch.

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n0zqh1 says ... on Monday, Jul 26 at 8:41 AM

At the time he was in a 40 breeder, now he is in a 90, still small but someday I'll be able to afford a larger one.

phishlady says ... on Wednesday, Aug 5 at 7:14 PM

nice managuensis. what size tank do you have?

n0zqh1 says ... on Sunday, Aug 2 at 5:20 AM

I don't know what happened to the video but there was one uploaded. Probably because of the video format.

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