Photo #1 - My First Plain And Simple Fish Tank.

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Submitted By: Yazmin Collister on
Photo Caption: My first plain and simple fish tank.
1 gallon freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first plain and simple fish tank.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: A round glass bowl with purple stones and plants in the middle. Two small goldfish. Plain and simple.
Advice: Keep the water at the right temperature!
Fish Kept: Two goldfish, one with black on the tail.
Corals/Plants: Just a fake green one
Tank Size: 1 gallon
About Yourself: I'm a student, just had to get rid of my little cst so got a fish to keep me entertained...

COMMENTS

The goldfish owner is fine. All he/she has to do is do water changes, until the fish gets bigger. That's actually, what the bowls are for & 1 fake pant. It needs a cover though. fish avatar
Oh my god those poor goldfish, why are you killing them by keeping them in a bowl :'( Goldfish are meant to grow 8 inches, live atleast 15 years and be in a 50 gallon tank or pond! The black on the tail is ammonia burns and poisoning thats killing them! Get them a tank this is animal cruelty. fish avatar

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