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Old 11-05-2014, 10:34 AM   #111
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I always find it better to understock a tank. I wont buy any more goldies in the 119gallon 4 will be enough I want them to have loads of swimming space. The only time I would consider getting another fancy goldfish is if my golden fantail turns out to be a boy, im praying it is a girl. As I have two male black moors and my calico female fantail gets a lot of attention
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Old 11-05-2014, 02:09 PM   #112
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Hi Emma,

After all of these discussions, I'm setting my eyes on a 100 gallon, and considering other species to co-habitate with my Veil Tails. Of course, for now, it's a massive wish list until I can land some steady FT work. Until then, this 30 gal gets my full attention. WC central!

Just began the process of removing the white chip granite gravel to gradually be replaced by a beautiful black sand. Following this, in go a LOT of live plants and some real wood.
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Got my 6 Goldie's in a 465litre tank now. They took a selfie for you to see. Lol

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It's fab! they have soo much swimming space , it measures 4ft by 2ft by 2ft custom made tank. Cost 350

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Old 06-08-2015, 08:09 AM   #115
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