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Photo Caption: 60 rekord my Juwel tank the best tank around i think and cheap cost's only around £95 the best thing is it came with a heater so if i do get bored of cold water fish i can just put the heater and get tropical fish
freshwater fish - carassius auratus - fantail goldfish stocking in 60 gallons tank - Got a new fish she's great a fancy bi**h and also big and fat may even be laying eggs hey not bad for £1.50
60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 60 rekord my Juwel tank the best tank around i think and cheap cost's only around £95 the best thing is it came with a heater so if i do get bored of cold water fish i can just put the heater and get tropical fish

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: L=61cm x W=31CM x H=30cm Internal filter the best around two fany gold fish and 1 Fast swimmer.
Advice: Its hard work but in one way u will enjoy to see how they grow.
Fish Kept: 2 fany 1 Fast swimmer
Corals/Plants: fake plants
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: WHATS UPP BI**H

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