Photo #1 - 40 Gallon. 3 Koi And 5 Fantail Gold Fish.

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Photo Caption: 40 GALLON. 3 KOI AND 5 FANTAIL GOLD FISH.
40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 40 GALLON. 3 KOI AND 5 FANTAIL GOLD FISH.
fish tank picture - different view
fish tank picture - different view
fish tank picture - my 40 gal

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 40 gal fresh water. old school jet filter with non rechangable filter just needs to be rinsed with every water change. Multi colored gravel with glass rocks and some large smooth stones.
Advice: dont take shortcuts. research and do it the right way. it'll pay off with less frustrations.
Fish Kept: 3 koi fish about 4inches each.
Corals/Plants: all artifical plants and decor. i have 1 ivory leaf i put in there hoping it'll grow. my fish eat every other real plant i put in there.
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: live,life,love
About Yourself: i always loved everything dealing with water. 2nd aquarium 1st was a 10 gal but didnt fulfill my needs had to go bigger. i've had this set up for 7months. want to paint the border of aquarium black and spray paint the stand black and replace the decor.

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Beautiful tank! I love goldfish too!! I have 2 Fantail and 1 Oranda.... Your decor is very awesome... fish avatar

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