Photo #1 - My Juwel Rio 180. - 7 Goldfish - Fake

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Photo Caption: My Juwel Rio 180.
40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Juwel Rio 180.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Juwel Rio 180, T5 lighting, Juwel filter with ceramic media. Fishrfun 24w UV steriliser
Advice: research, the answer's out there.
Fish Kept: 7 Goldfish
Corals/Plants: Fake
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: "Your going to need a bigger boat!"
About Yourself: I'm a telecoms engineer and was given some goldfish by my father inlaw. They've progressed from a 20 litre tank, then 60 and now 180 and they're still growing!

COMMENTS

Love that battle ship! Where did you get it? fish avatar
My oldest is about 5 years old, and the youngest is about 6 months old. They range in size from an inch to 13 inches. :P Have you heard that the guiness book of world records oldest living goldfish was 43?? fish avatar
Your goldfish must be small if they still fit in a 40 gallon ;) Mine outgrew everything i threw at them so far, up to 150 gallons and still going! lol You have some very cute fish btw fish avatar

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