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looks like there's a plug at the heel and the toe to clean the water and feed them and take out the dead fish once it croaks.

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Originally Posted by Ms-Jelena View Post

 

The fish aquarium and the book ends look awesome!

 

That's true! I think those are the most interesting home decorations I've ever seen!

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The fish shaped fish bowl is cute, as long as you dont have a cat. It looks perfect for kitty to stick its head in to.

The bookends are too small and I'd be afraid of them crashing to the ground when someone removes a book from the shelf.

The wall hanging bowl is the nicest I think. Lalso the most realistic for a very small apartment or living space.

 

The shoes look ridiculous and very cruel. I don't think the fish could be real, they are too small themselves, and there is no way to properly clean and filter the water or feed them. I remember seeing pictures of crazy shoes like that from the 70s.

 

Fish do better in a larger aquarium with a filter for oxygen and other fish for company. Fish are group animals that swim in schools and not alone. The only fish you may want to seperate would be fighting fish.

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Yes, the parrot is a wonderful pet. My friend has  Cockatiel. This is a very clever bird, doesn't require complex care, but loves to twitt. I also want such parrot. I found a good portal cockatielreview.com with helpful articles and tips on caring for these birds.  I think birds are a universal pet. Firstly, they aren't allergic, secondly, they can and love to communicate with you and thirdly, you can take them with you on vacation. 

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I agree with you completely. Friends who read William Golding’s allegorical novel “Lord of the Flies”? I need to write an essay on it. I read the whole book, but I really did not like it, so there is no inspiration to write. I will now order an essay on the service https://gradesfixer.com/free-essay-examples/lord-of-the-flies/. It seems to me better not to write at all than to write bad things without mood. What do you think?

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