Photo #1 - This Is Bob In His 60l (10 Gallon) Biorb Tank.

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Submitted By: Grace on
Photo Caption: This is Bob in his 60L (10 gallon) BiOrb tank.
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is Bob in his 60L (10 gallon) BiOrb tank.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: I have a freshwater 60L BiOrb tank with 1 Goldfish called Bob!
Advice: None, Im new to this myself!
Fish Kept: Just 1 Goldie at the moment.
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: The early bird always catches the worm, but the second mouse always gets the cheese!

COMMENTS

I think Mr. Bob is lonely. I named my Betta "Spinning Tail", he likes to swim. fish avatar
beautiful tank!.Thinking about one for one of my betta's(there's 9 of them) fish avatar
WOW YOU HAVE A BIORB me too! i love them - your is looking nice! just to warn you, if you ever switch you pump off at nite or whotever - make sure you put in another check valve because the valves in the biorb are crap nd brak all the time! fish avatar

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