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Out of the qt and into the real world! [pic heavy]

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Chiba has moved into her new tank! So.. I celebrated by talking a whole bunch of pictures of her ^^ I want the tank to be clean and classy.

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Looks Great!

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I love her big belly! :wub: What a beautiful tank setup!

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Beautiful!

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Beautiful Chiba! I see that she is making substrate for herself. :)

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Beautiful princess! That is one of mine my favourite type of Goldfish- short body and fins, golden-red coloration.

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Beautiful princess! That is one of mine my favourite type of Goldfish- short body and fins, golden-red coloration.

Thanks! Raingarden had a few like that-- I believe they are much more common in parts of Asia

Beautiful Chiba! I see that she is making substrate for herself. :)

hehe thanks! she likes to pick up sand from the plant pots and put it down on the floor :P

I love her big belly! :wub: What a beautiful tank setup!

thanks!

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Very cute!!

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Very minimalist! :D

I would watch the bamboo for signs of rot/dying. It's not aquatic and doesn't like being submerged that deep.

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Very minimalist! :D

I would watch the bamboo for signs of rot/dying. It's not aquatic and doesn't like being submerged that deep.

Yup! You could always suction cup the small ones to the sides of the tank so the tops are sticking out and the roots get the fish tank nutrients or place them somewhere else until they're taller. :D

It looks fabulous and I love your new fish. :wub:

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Very minimalist! :D

I would watch the bamboo for signs of rot/dying. It's not aquatic and doesn't like being submerged that deep.

Thanks! I thought that it could be aquatic because they are completely submerged at my lfs, but then again, that doesn't really mean anything ;) Ill keep an eye out. Thanks!

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Your tank looks great and your fish is big and beautiful.

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Beautiful set up.

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OMG she is sooo beautiful.

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OMG she is sooo beautiful.

Thanks!

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