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Old 12-20-2011, 01:39 AM   #11
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Do you know where they got it?

There are two likely possibilities:
1-It came from someone's tank who had it forever or
2-It is a used up breeder from a fish farm, common this time of year.
1. I asked and usually they don't carry such old fish.
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Old 12-20-2011, 01:46 AM   #12
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Want. Badly. Thanks for sharing. Totally worth the $75
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Old 12-20-2011, 01:50 AM   #13
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Sweet fish!
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Old 12-20-2011, 01:55 AM   #14
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Want. Badly. Thanks for sharing. Totally worth the $75
I know it was spectacular I don't think it'll last.

On a side note I have a friend that a friend...lol. He says she has 7 or 8 goldfish around this size probably smaller.. I hope in a 10g or 20g she's had them since they were small. I wish I could go slap her but she's in Chicago and I'm in Tn. I just can't see how this is possible ... Is it???
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I don't think there is literally that much room in a 10 they might actually fit in a 20, doubt they could swim and the bioload would be astronomical... I just don't think they would ever be able to survive. There has to be some exaggeration somewhere. Id feel bad for 2 goldfish In those size tanks.
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Old 12-20-2011, 02:10 AM   #16
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I don't think there is literally that much room in a 10 they might actually fit in a 20, doubt they could swim and the bioload would be astronomical... I just don't think they would ever be able to survive. There has to be some exaggeration somewhere. Id feel bad for 2 goldfish In those size tanks.
Well I give you that it might be a 20g I hope but it was 7-8 fish I just dont see how it's possible I've been begging him for pics I will update!!!
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Old 12-20-2011, 02:17 AM   #17
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Yeah let us know. Im in a similar situation here, my friend has I believe a 36 g hex with an Acei, 2 arautus, zebra, common pleco 6" and one more I couldn't id all FULL GROWN. I don't know how they haven't ripped each other apart. I've been trying to buy them or anything. Plus he has a 20 g long with a full grown angel fish, irridecent(sp?) Shark 6" and some other stuff. It hurts me, so I don't go over there anymore.
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Old 12-20-2011, 02:20 AM   #18
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Yeah let us know. Im in a similar situation here, my friend has I believe a 36 g hex with an Acei, 2 arautus, zebra, common pleco 6" and one more I couldn't id all FULL GROWN. I don't know how they haven't ripped each other apart. I've been trying to buy them or anything. Plus he has a 20 g long with a full grown angel fish, irridecent(sp?) Shark 6" and some other stuff. It hurts me, so I don't go over there anymore.
Angel in a 20g Long holy!! And don't get me started on those sharks my lfs has one in a 300g tank..
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Is that in iridescent shark? Those things get MASSIVE, they do better in public aquaria!
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I know :/ he wont give them up though, he wants to "see how big it gets" I then left. It upset me.
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