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55 gallon tank finally finished

Posted by black-thumb (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 20, 10 at 19:43

Hello everyone

I finally got my tank done. I took the photo with my camera so the picture isn't that great. It looks a little crowded but they have plenty of room to swim. I'm glad it's finally done. My three goldies are very happy.

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RE: 55 gallon tank finally finished

Nice! But I don't think it looks crowded at all. Good work!


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RE: 55 gallon tank finally finished

Thanks Socks! I'm happy with how it turned out and the fish seem very happy! Here are some better pics without the bubbles on.

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This was their home when I first got them two months ago.

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The 3 musketeers

Here are the fish. Rum raisin didn't make it, I lost him the first day I brought him home. Mistletoe is a girl. The other two boys. FYI I don't partake of the hooch but my first fish was a betta and when I was bringing him home there was a box outside the store that said whiskey and I thought he was blue so I called him whiskey blue. Turns out only the water he was in fromt he pet shop was blue he was purple but that didn't have a zing to it. He passed a while back. So in I nicknamed two of the new guys with similar names in honor of my poor whiskey blue. :)

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RE: 55 gallon tank finally finished

Very nice, just keep doing small water changes and try to not feed any floating type foods like flakes. They swallow air when feeding on the surface and it mixes up their balance.

Short body goldfish should always get pellet foods or other sinking types of food.

Lance


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