teehee, naw they're rounder. I think I'll move them to a sand bottom tank soon :3
they do get to about 3in >.> so I Guess I'll be planning accordingly. but for now... they're so teeny and kyute!!!!! *squeals*
I ended up having to rehome 2 of my 3 goldfish when my 55g tank leaked. I searched around on craigslist and found someone who had a lovely pond set up and was seeking koi and goldfish. You might try that and talk to them awhile. I even put an ad on craigslist but the people who answered me were not including the info I wanted (how long their pond had been setup, filtration, other fish, etc). The guy I ended up giving the two fish to was very kind (he even brought a bucket with a portable air pump) so I feel good about my decision.
Goldfish sure are misunderstood though. I got a ton of goldfish when I was young and we had no idea how big they actually got or how much ammonia they produce. Even with my one oranda now ammonia can build up quickly but I have lots of filtration :3
With comets... they just get so big and need so much room to swim it's hard to keep them in a house aquarium. The rounder types are a little easier. Oranda can get big but mine seems happy in his temporary home(hoping to move up to a 30ish soon).
Lol, fishyfish, I had something similar happen. After I found that my 5 gallon was leaking, I transferred those plants into my 20 gallon. Due to the leaking, all of my plants started dying, so I had to float them in an attempt to do a last second rescue. Well, it worked. Anyways, where I'm getting at with this, is one day I walked into my room and this bristlenose pleco managed to get to the top and make it onto one of the plants. My boyfriend and I laughed so hard. I love how plecos are what even made him interested in my tanks to begin with. >.>;
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