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Itisactually better to try to keep Frotosa in groups, maybe 3 or so can work, 1 male to 2 or 3 females, or all females.And for this you'll need over a 120 gallon pond.Close to around 200, because ponds really are not as large as we'd like,as in they don't hold the right footprint for everything. If you do a Frontosa pond, you should try painting the inside a light color, and cover the paint with a sealer, this way you can see you're fish. :thumb:
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