• Published on:  9/16/2018
  • Mini CRAYFISH for the MASSIVE fish Aquarium...

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  • Paul Cuffaro (Sep 16, 2018)

    The BLUE LOBSTER is home! Once the cichilds grow to Adult size, I may have to relocate her/him into a new aquarium BUT for now she/he is doing GREAT!😊

  • Colleen Ramiah (Oct 7, 2018)

    +Makota Dunton South Africa

  • Makota Dunton (Oct 7, 2018)

    Where do you live

  • John Teque (Sep 16, 2018)

    He or she is making a bed. Looks like it's time to breed it Paul. Leave a like if he should do it!!

  • Elliot Anderson (Feb 23, 2019)

    Either that or it tried to make burrow and was like “oh, I’m in a tank”

  • Brutal Bass (Feb 2, 2019)


  • Hi Paul...Just a quick comment. A properly filtered and cycled tank (especially as large as yours is) should not have "ups and downs" in regard to water quality. Your not overstocked by any means so that random cloudiness could be a bacterial bloom from a mini cycle if the tank is unstable or from over feeding. Just a comment not criticism. Great channel.

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  • Ahmed Essa (Sep 16, 2018)

    Paul can you make a video about how you clean your tanks

  • Andrew McArthur (Sep 16, 2018)

    Badbadbadbadbadbadbadbad idea. Cichlids love eating crustaceans for dinner, and chances are they wont even wait for him to molt before devouring him, they'll just peck peck peck away in their satanic cichlid fashion until he dies from stress. I had a blue crayfish once and I thought the exact same thing, but after a few days I saw them picking at him and I removed him. Trust me on this, peacock and imbunas cannot be kept with anything that ain't a cichlid, especially not a crustacean.

  • Erika Blub blub (Sep 19, 2018)

    Pearlie Jenkins you drunk mate?

  • Pearlie Jenkins (Sep 18, 2018)

    8 look bu bo hmm muvc on

  • Zach Billette (Sep 16, 2018)

    What happened to the crabs in the mini pond

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  • XIV frost (Sep 17, 2018)

    +Lucas .B The frog is poisonous

  • 3BricksHigher (Sep 16, 2018)

    I believe your white crayfish is female and was going to drop eggs. It normally takes 3 weeks to hatch. Unfortunately she probably hit the bottom glass of your aquarium and decided another location. BTW, I've gotta tell you Paul, you have a multi-thousand dollar backyard pond build, and yet you share how people can have fish for pets in smaller ponds or even small aquariums. Your love for fish is noticeable and your desire to share this is respectable. We really enjoy your channel and wish you muc...

  • Nschool556765 (Oct 10, 2018)

    Mine did the same, then got a ton of eggs, don’t know how cause there’s no male in the tank, yet it did, and now i have a ton of adorable little baby crayfish

  • Sharps big toe (Sep 17, 2018)

    3BricksHigher yeah super by how many of his animals have died.. or been recycled

  • almighty b447 (Sep 16, 2018)

    Hey Paul why don't you look for the crabs in the mini pond

  • Andrew Leung (Sep 16, 2018)

    Hi Paul, I think your white lobster (aka albino clayfish) is about to molt. It is digging a burrow so that it can have a safe place for it to hide and molt. Have your camera ready at all time. The molting takes a split second. Good luck Paul, good videos as usual. Keep it up mate!

  • Johntyson (Sep 16, 2018)

    I’ve never heard crayfish called a lobster. Is that a Florida thing?

  • Tony Phương (Dec 3, 2018)

    RowShamB0 its called tom kieng in Vietnam

  • PlasticDuckMachine (Nov 10, 2018)

    called yabbies in australia