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    Quote Originally Posted by Agroagro
    Cool post.

    I like that video to but it seems like they dont even use the top 20% of the tank. I sure bet they are happier fish then most tho.

    This shape tank gave me an DIY decoration idea.
    basically cut some island shaped pieces of foam out and attach a long pole into the bottom of it. Then to the bottom of the pole attach some light plants that dont need rooting. paint the foam and pole accordingly with water safe paint. some attention would need to be payed to that the plants buoyancy doesnt flip the island onto its side.
    Yep they sure are ROOMY in there! i want to have a swim with them LOL
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    Wow, they sure look happy - kudos to you for saving them! And thanks for posting your video, it's always a pleasure to see well cared for fish doing the happy fish dance!
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    wow i didnt know that mangoe or banana can be feed to goldie thank you maybe ill try sometime :D i dunno what bloodworm is before but when i do some research i get one and feed them

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    A small note on goldfish. Certain goldfish types should not be mixed in a tank generally. Fancies and Commons (comets, shabunkin), because the commons are faster and will likely eat all the food before the fancies can get to it.

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    I don't think that is overfeeding. I feed mine generously. I think if that causes bloat the food wasn't good enough in the first place, it is the quality's fault, not the quantity's.

    Feeding more will lower water quality faster though so the more heavily and frequently you feed the more/larger water changes are needed.
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    I really liked the video, they are nice goldfish Also really good post, I found it very interesting Thanks!!!!
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