Photo #2 - My Two Goldfish (tetris And Darcey) Looking At Th...

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Photo Caption: my two goldfish (tetris and darcey) looking at there reflections. : D Tetris is on the top and Darcey is on the bottom.
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 10 gallon tank.
freshwater fish - carassius auratus - fantail goldfish stocking in 10 gallons tank - my two goldfish (tetris and darcey) looking at there reflections. : D Tetris is on the top and Darcey is on the bottom.

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: the brand is aqua culture. its 10 gallons. 3 fake plants, a treasure chest. and a hiding spot made of rocks.
Advice: im new so im not one to give advice
Fish Kept: 2 goldfish.
Corals/Plants: some fake ones.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: "Fish are friends, NOT food!"

COMMENTS

Thanks for the comment mate. Its painted with a blue water base paint Easy to remove when you are over the color. if your interested can give you the color codes. i run metal halides with 14000 k bulbs,..puffedupseagull fish avatar
Your tank is awesome! fish avatar
Hey the comment u left me about my fish getting scratched up dont worry about it cuz that take is a breeding tank which I use those fish as feeder fish for my oscars !!! ty for looking though cya ><> fish avatar

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