Lance Posted November 4, 2021 Share Posted November 4, 2021 Hi everyone, My goldfish, Gholee, has outgrown her tank: She is about 6 inches in length, living in a 40 gallon breeder with some glofish tetras, guppies, and zebra danios. When Gholee was smaller she used to zoom up and down the length of the tank - which was very fun to watch - but nowadays she just more or less idles. I'm thinking of at least doubling the size of the aquarium so Gholee can do her zooming. I've looked into stock tanks, such as this 110 gallon for ~$90: And also 90+ gallon aquariums, which including the stands are easily over $400. I'm curious what everyone's opinions are about going stock tank vs. aquarium when considering costs, spending quality time with the family fish, or maybe even quality of life for the family fish. I'm leaning toward buying a stock tank since it's significantly cheaper but I don't think I'll be able to enjoy viewing it from the couch, unless the couch is right next to the tank. 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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