Hello, Frank Indiviglio here. Although popular among European aquarists, sunfishes have been largely been neglected in American aquaculture. This is a shame, as all are colorful, interesting and active, and most adjust well to aquarium life. From the tiny Black-Banded Sunfish to the 39 inch long Largemouth Bass, there is something for everyone.
Filling your first fish tank
Fantail Goldfish, Fancy Goldfish, Show Goldfish Information and Care
Rather than the long, slender body of the Common Goldfish or the Shubunkins, the Fantail Goldfish is one of the more rounded or egg-shaped fancy goldfish. These fish are bred for showing. Good show goldfish also have a double anal fin with complete separation. Those whose tail fins are not completely split won't win any prizes, but still make great pets.
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Related rights The right to marry and found a family The right to freedom and discrimination and equality of treatment The rights of expression and association. Objectives To address issues and rights related to sexuality, including homosexuality To develop self-confidence to express one's own opinion on these issues To promote tolerance and empathy Materials 3 chairs 2 facilitators Space for participants to move about Board or flipchart and markers Small slips of paper and pens A hat Preparation Be aware that in many communities sexuality is a sensitive issue and be prepared to adapt either the methodology or the topic - or both! Identify a few people who have been out-spoken about their sexuality including heterosexual and homosexual, bisexual and transsexual men and women. Instructions Set the scene. Explain that, although most people view sexuality as a private matter, the right not to be discriminated against because of sexual orientation is a fundamental human right and protected by legislation in most European countries.
Their three-second memory means they are unlikely to remember whether they have been badly treated by their owners. But the humble goldfish is to be afforded new rights that could leave people who fail to cater for their pet fish's needs - including changing their water regularly - facing prosecution. In a strengthening of the animal protection laws, goldfish, pond carp and even farmed salmon are to gain unprecedented legal protection from neglect and mistreatment. The size of goldfish bowls, and even the cleanliness of the gravel beneath them, will become a matter for animal welfare inspectors when the law comes into force. The Government confirmed yesterday that people who mistreat fish kept in aquariums and for "farming purposes" could be prosecuted, after an extension of welfare laws which apply to dogs and cats to domesticated fish.