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Old 07-27-2010, 04:46 PM   #11
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Yes it is illegal in most places to release fish into the wild like that. you could see if an LFS could take them back. They should be fine for a while, they are still pretty small. You could try and find a bigger tank for them.
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They re the fancy type.
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Old 07-27-2010, 05:15 PM   #13
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ok, well for 2, you should get a tank between 30-40 Gallons or 114-152 liters. Mind showin us some pics?
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Yeah that sounds right,probably better to find someone with a pond willing to take them.
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I haven t got any photos,I ll sort a couple out for tomorrow.
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Old 07-28-2010, 01:56 PM   #16
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ok, well for 2, you should get a tank between 30-40 Gallons or 114-152 liters. Mind showin us some pics?
2 Fotos as promised,although I know already from what you ve told me my tank is too small for 2fish,but any size tank will eventually become too small,thats why Im gonna release them to a pond.
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It's not that it is too small for 2 fish, lol, just 2 goldfish. It all depends on what kind of fish you get. Different fish have different bio loads, need different types of water and room to swim, etc.

That is a gorgeous tank though, and those are two gorgeous fish! If you do find somewhere for them you can start a thread on stocking options, or google "stocking for a (whatever size you have i forgot lol) tank" and you will get tons of options That looks like maybe 15 or 20 US gal from the pic, there is quite a bit you can do with it! Are those plants real? If not, they sure look like it
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Old 07-29-2010, 08:46 AM   #19
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@logansmomma- It works out at about 12ish gallons.The plants are real and dont cost much.What do you think about keeping terrapins in a tank that size?Whatever I get next I want to keep it simple,low maintenance.
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