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Old 11-16-2012, 11:14 PM   #1
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Thumbs down sad fish quarters

I've posted before about the bathtub in my doctor's office bathroom with the koi in it. Its a shallow tub full of rocks, dirty and has 4 or 5 koi, a crayfish or lobster and now an aproximately 8 to 10 inch pleco!!! I just had to rant because this has left me a bit upset.

I should add that fish must have died and been replaced because they aren't always all orange. There is some filtration but again its dity and look inadequate imo.
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fish, sad

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