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Paris' biggest aquarium has created a refuge for goldfish, providing a second life for any unwanted pets who might otherwise find themselves flushed down the toilet. The Aquarium de Paris allows the city's residents to drop off their fish, with the numbers using the service swelling around the time of the long summer holidays.Once in the bigger tank, some of the fish undergo a remarkable transformation.For Alexis Powilewicz, director of the Aquarium, the service is part of efforts to promote awareness about animal welfare.For goldfish owners, the aquarium advises that the tank should be at least 100 liters, should contain more than one fish, as well as a filtration system and decoration.
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