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30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 1-Red cap oranda, 1-common goldy, 2-ryukin, 2-oranda, 1-subunkin, 2-angel marbeled.
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Submitted By: jwalit yadav on
Photo Caption: 1-Red cap oranda, 1-common goldy, 2-ryukin, 2-oranda, 1-subunkin, 2-angel marbeled.
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 1-Red cap oranda, 1-common goldy, 2-ryukin, 2-oranda, 1-subunkin, 2-angel marbeled.

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Country: India
Description: Its simple and a good looking aquarium. on surface are black n white sand and some artificial plant is there and flurosant light. looking lovely.
Advice: common goldfish
Fish Kept: 1-Red cap oranda, 1-common goldy, 2-ryukin, 2-oranda, 1-subunkin, 2-angel marbeled.
Corals/Plants: Artificial plants
Tank Size: 30 gallons
About Yourself: I Love Fish Very Much. At first time i seen in aquarium house and then after i thought to buy my own one. first i have bring one small aquarium(5 gallon) but this one not satisfied me and soon i bring another one(30 gallon) now i m b satisfy. n schooling them with love.

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