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    Hi! I have two fantail goldfish in a 60l tank. Actually I'm a bit confused about the temperature that they need. Should I use a heater in winter like oranda or they need cold water like common goldfish? Also in summer my tank gets really hot... what can I do?

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    Any help??

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    Best thing to do is not to keep these in a small tank. If you must then make sure there's plenty of air in the water if it gets hot.

    In most homes they will do nicely without a heater. If your rooms get very cold in the winter you may want to stick in a heater and set it on the lowest setting.

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    Thanks. My tank isn't really small. It's true than oxygen seems to be low, but I try to do weekly water changes to refresh it.

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    You got a 60 liter tank. Any serious keeper will say for long term health you'd be looking at something at least double.

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