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So the other day I saw this bizarre fish "agility training course" online. It had things like a little soccer pitch complete with net & ball, and little hoops to swim through. It got me thinking again about entertainment for fish. I know bettas enjoy hoops and mirrors and such, but is there anything to entertain a goldfish? I try to mix up my tank decor regularly, but I can't help but feel I could be doing something more. So my idea is this: A large hoop made out of airline tubing for goldfish to swim through. This would NOT be left in the tank unsupervised, I've read way too many horror stories here on Koko's about fish getting stuck! I figure a diameter of about 6" for the hoop should suffice (my fish are still quite little). I'm going to use a "T" connector to attach the tubing end to end to form the loop, and then attach it to another piece of tubing running straight down to attach to a rock. This way I think (hope) it will float in place. Any thoughts? Suggestions? Questions? Oh, and does anybody know of any airline tubing in uncommon colors? Something that would stand out so the fish can see it more easily?
I just got a 60gal that is long (instead of squarish) and I want one big "rock" or "driftwood" thing for the middle. But all the pet stores sell is that painted resin stuff that always chips for me. What does everyone else use that's safe and cost-effective?
Hi guys! I was wondering if anyone knew a good decor supply site where I can find goldfish friendly japanese/asian themed decorations. I have a tori gate and some small rocks and some lucky bamboo. I really want a banzai tree decoration but I have had no such luck finding anything \:
I was wondering if I could use clear glass containers ( kinda like the tea candle holders) from micheals to hold my plants in my 40 gallon? I wanted to make sure they are aquarium safe and won't tamper with my water or kill my future beuties. thank you!!!!!!