The Golden Dwarf Eel is normally found in the waters of the Pacific Ocean and around the coasts of Japan and China. Golden Dwarf Eels are carnivores and should be fed a steady diet of frozen and meaty foods and should be fed at least once a day for best health. Golden Dwarf Eels typically grow to around 1 foot in length and should be kept in an aquarium of at least 55 gallons to accommodate it. Golden Dwarf Eels are easy to care for, but can be aggressive. Make sure you place this eel by itself or with other fish that can fend for themselves.
Size: Can grow up to a foot at full maturity
Feeding: Carnivore, should be fed a variety of meaty preparations.
Aquarium: Saltwater, can be kept in a reef aquarium with caution.
Minimum Tank Size: 55 Gallons
Compatibility: Should be kept by itself or with fish that can fend for themselves.