My 20 gallon long tank

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kreuztraeger

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My 20 gallon long planted tank. The goldfish's name is Pom, Jr. after his slight resemblance to Pom Pom who died two years ago. Right now he's about 3" long, but I expect him to grow more. I had him about 10 months in a 5 gallon aquarium and decided to upgrade after he developed swim bladder problems. (He swims perfectly fine now.)

I have one amazon sword in the tank - it's not doing too well because the tank is new. I'm thinking about removing it if it doesn't grow back. I have several rocks placed in the tank from various waterfalls in the Appalachian mountains. I have a 10-20 gallon power filter to turn over the water and a nice bubble curtain to aerate the water. Pom Jr. loves to swim in the bubbles for some reason.
 

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Good morning,

The tank looks very nice! Congrats on the upgrade too!

Ken
 

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Aw... That's a cute pic. Such a big tank for a small lil' goldfish. haha Thanks for sharing!
 
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