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I went to the same petsmart I got my fish Moucho and Moncho, and I saw a very cute ryukin who the worker loved and was wanting him to go to a good home. Do you think I could keep 3 fish in my 40 gallon breeder? It is more like 45-46 gallons. I am also considering a single tail because those are my favorite but do you think it would outgrow my tank? We are working on maybe getting a pond so if it gets to big I will just move him out to the pond.
Hello, hello. I just thought I would introduce to you all my little singletails Olive and Orange. I found some cool settings on my camera the other day I never new about and decided to snap some pics of them. I've had Olive and Orange for about a year now-they've been through everything with me-from living in a 5-gallon tank, to being bullied by a bigger fish, to surviving a pH of 6.0, to surviving an ich outbreak. They are the most resilient fish I've ever owned. I've learned a lot in the past few months, and I can proudly say they are in a better environment now. Here they are! Orange: [/url]">http:// [/url]">http:// "feed me!" [/url]">http:// As you can tell, he is missing a dorsal fin resulting from the bullying. I really have no hopes of it growing back because it's been gone for a long time. I think it makes him even cuter! [/url]">http:// tried this one in black & white. I caught him doing that yawning thing goldfish do with their mouths. [/url]">http:// hangin' out in the Amazon Sword Olive: [/url]">http:// [/url]">http:// I'm beginning to think Olive is female because in this photo you can see (she?) looks to have an "outie" vent. Does anyone else think so too? The whole tank setup: [/url]">http://