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post #51 of 90 (permalink) Old 09-15-2013, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
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Lol 125 gallons! It better come with a bigger apartment
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Is he large for a black moor? And is he going to turn orange? The scales are lighter a bit lighter on his stomach
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Depends on his bloodline
In a true Black Moor you want that flat black mat look with little or no white on his belly. This fish has really good color. He is what 2 1/2 to 3" long STANDARD LENGTH(no including tail) They average 4 to 5" and the largest I have ever seen was 8"

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Wow. That's a big goldfish! I wonder how old he is? I'm going to call tomorrow and see if he can be kept as a pet. Once I do he'll be looking for a new home.
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A guess a year maybe a little older he would be born in the spring

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Are his fins supposed to be that big? Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
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There are two lines a short finned and a long finned



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post #58 of 90 (permalink) Old 09-15-2013, 09:34 PM
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If they want you to kill it, you could just tell them it died before you could and send them the pictures or something... Couldn't you? Or is that illegal...
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they often want the corpse, you could call and report the sighting though, and conveniently leave out that you've trapped him

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It would be easy to convince them you didn't know they wanted the body so you disposed of it.

Or you could do what Skyewillow said and leave out some detail... They you aren't actually actively lying.
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