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3 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My small cold water fish tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 1 foot wide hexagonal at the front. 1 Internal filter, 1 treasure chest airstone.
Advice: Don't run until you can 1st walk. Look carefully into the hobby before buying. Ask advice from experienced aquarium keepers.
Fish Kept: 1 comet & 1 Shibumkin
Corals/Plants: 2 plastic plants
Tank Size: 3 gallons
Quote: I'll do it tomorrow
About Yourself: I am only 4 years old but my Daddy has a big tank & he started me off with my own little tank. When I am older I will get a bigger tank because I love keeping fish.

COMMENTS

renegade545 is right both are pond fish and need a 150 gallon tank between them as they grow 1 foot long. fish avatar
i dont think there is such thing as a cold water fish tank? fish avatar
i really hope that big tank is coming soon, because you will need it for those fish. Both get rather large. fish avatar

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