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I have a 75 gallon freshwater tank for rehoming. I love this tank. But we used to have a very large goldfish that we had for years and loved dearly who passed recently and our heart just isnt in it anymore. We bought him the cutest little ranchu friend and had him shipped in but it wasnt enough to cheer him up. I have to say that whomever gives this little guy a home will have such a funny little companion. They have proven that goldfish can see color, have a rolling memory, feel pain, grief - so so smart. After owning show quality goldfish all my life, I can tell you that they are far more special than people give them credit for. All of them would act like puppy dogs when you cleaned their tank, trying to swoop under your hands and brush against you.

Sebastian is probably about a year old, 4 inches, black, and a ranchu. He is starting to have some gold show through as his undercoating which will be magnificent as he gets bigger. He is a ham and loved the company of other fish very much. He is my only fish now so if you give him a home, please find him a nice friend :-) Ranchus aren't typically found in pet stores and are unique because they lack a dorsal top fin. They wiggle when they swim. He is healthy, eats well, always kept in a tank with PH about 7.4.

The tank is my pride and joy. It is a 75 gallon tank with led lights (blue night mode and white daytime) and black storage stand. Measures a little more than 4ft aceoss the front. It has live giant mossballs, java fern, and anubias. The log you see in the left side of the pictures is full too of live plants. There is real wood in there, gravel for substrate. It comes with so many things!!!! I bought top end filtration systems for it: you have a $300 Fluval canister below it and 2 large Aquaclears on top for added movement.
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