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Photo Caption: George, the family pet. He is a 6 year old Fancy tail Gold fish rescued from a pirana owner. He is trained to eat from human hand and likes his belly rubbed.
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - George, the family pet. He is a 6 year old Fancy tail Gold fish rescued from a pirana owner. He is trained to eat from human hand and likes his belly rubbed.

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: This is a simple 10 gallon tank for the family pet, George. Regular undergravel filter, 2" of mixed sized gravel, and a power filter.
Advice: Take care of the water and let the fish take care of them selfs.
Fish Kept: This is George, the family pet. He is a 6 year old fancy gold fish rescued from a pirana owner. George is trained to eat from your hand and he likes his belly rubbed.
Corals/Plants: George ate all the plants.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: All things considered, we forgot somthing.

COMMENTS

gorgeous Tail fish avatar
My black moores like to be "pet" as well! fish avatar
cuz he likes his belly rubbed of course! bless him. i usually take mine out for a run in the park after tea... just kiddin :) fish avatar
why would yopu rub a fish's belly?:S fish avatar

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