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freshwater fish - carassius auratus - goldfish stocking in 17 gallons tank - My Fish Tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Aqua One Aqua Start 500 Aquarium. Dimensions of my tank 50W x 49H x 34D cm. Water capacity is 65 L or 17.8 US gallons. Lighting: 2 x 11W PL lamps.Unsure on the filtration system used, although its massive and works fantastic.
Advice: Look around for good prices, my set up cost me around £60 including my fish. Don't buy the first tank you see, look around at different sources.
Fish Kept: One Black Moore One Lionhead One Oranda One loach
Corals/Plants: I have choosen to use a variety of plastic plants, as these last longer, more suitable for my tank and fish, as well as easier to keep clean and keep fresh.
Tank Size: 17 gallons
Quote: "Just Keep Swimming"
About Yourself: Im a 15 year old female, and enjoy looking after animals. Fish happen to be my lastest animals to enter my room. Having them when I was younger as pets, I discovered that they well very boring. Now I am more mature, I view them as graceful addition to my busy lifestyle.

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