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Splash of Color

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  1. Acrylic Aquarium measuring 8'x4'x1' - Pu - NY Large acrylic fish tank that is long, wide and shallow. It holds about 240 gallons of water. It is drilled for a sump and has a large overflow. It does not leak. It measures 8 feet in length, 4 feet in width and 1 foot in height. It is PERFECT for Goldfish or Freshwater Stingrays. It even has a 4 inch lip in the sides so they are not able to slide up and out. It comes with the plumbing for a sump. It does not come with a stand. It is scratched on the sides and back but the front is in good shape. The sides and back outside of the tank were originally painted black so if you do not like the scratches you can always paint over them. This tank needs to be cleaned up a little bit. I had to move and did not have time to clean it up. It is now taking up space in a storage unit and I want to sell it. The price is FIRM. I am selling it for this cheap because it needs a little bit of work. Pick up only. $500 Please PM me for more details. I am located in the Hudson Valley of NY. I can provide pictures for serious inquirers. Thank you for your time!
  2. That video is adorable. Thank you for sharing.
  3. That pond and the fish in it are beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
  4. That fish is beautiful. I am eager to see how it develops.
  5. I bought it from a local aquarist. I am very eager to share pictures of it.
  6. The tank has an overflow that spans the entire width of the aquarium, is about 10 or 11 inches tall (it is in a storage unit until I move into a new place, so I don't remember the exact dimensions of the overflow), and is situated a few inches from the side of the aquarium. I measured the dimensions of the inside of the aquarium, and taking the overflow into account, it should be right around two hundred gallons, not including the water running through the filtration. I just bought the tank and perhaps I will be able to make a progression thread and share pictures after I clean it. Thank you for the response.
  7. Thank you for the information. The fact that they can't jump out of the tank is comforting and adorable. That is the volume of water inside of the tank, not including what will be running through the plumbing and wet/dry filter. I want to keep the bio-load very small in order to prevent water quality issues. I also want the fish to feel comfortable. I read that carp prefer to be in groups of five or more. If that applies to goldfish as well, then I feel that five would be the perfect number to keep the fish healthy and happy. Thanks again.
  8. That is a relief. It was the height of my tank that I was worried about. Do ranchu prefer shallow water? Thank you for the response.
  9. My aquarium measures eight feet in length, four feet in width, and one foot in height. It holds about two hundred gallons of water when filled to the height of the overflow. It is drilled and plumbed for a wet/dry filtration system. I plan on housing five ranchu in this aquarium. I have read that they reach approximately eight inches in length. Will the fish I plan to house in this aquarium be happy with these dimensions for their entire lives?
  10. Those aquariums are beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
  11. That aquarium is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
  12. That tank is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
  13. Those fish are beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
  14. Hizumi is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
  15. Those fish are beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
  16. Those fish are adorable. The tank is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
  17. Bronzey is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
  18. Thank you for making this video. All of those fish are beautiful. It was adorable when Lulu and Oola swam up the side of the aquarium together. It was heartwarming to see Lulu in motion. I am very fond of that fish.
  19. Those fish are beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
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