Rated #1: Scuba1234

State: Florida
Country: United States United States Flag
Rank: #1 out of 4 Freshwater Tanks submitted Jun 2017;
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Submitted: 06/17/2017
Ratings: 7.43
Number of votes: 7
Quote: Need more tanks
Fish Kept: Silver Dollar
Corals/Plants Kept: Driftwood and sand
Tank Size: 125
Advice: Over filter
Description: 125 gallon freshwater

Rated #2: Sayeedalam

State: None/Other
Country: United Kingdom United Kingdom Flag
Rank: #2 out of 4 Freshwater Tanks submitted Jun 2017;
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Submitted: 06/02/2017
Ratings: 4.29
Number of votes: 24
About Yourself: This is just a little hobby/project I began as a tool to relax, excited to see where this little journey takes me.
Fish Kept: Peppered Cory Cat, Albino Aeneus Cory Cat, Bronze Cory, Betta - Female, Dwarf Gourami, Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami, Red Tuxedo Platy, Dwarf Otocinclus, Panda Cory, Electric Blue Ram
Corals/Plants Kept: Safe tropical plants, bought from local tropical fish stores.
Tank Size: 20
Advice: Do a fair regular water change, I do twice a week water changes. Always make sure you use your water conditioners to keep the water safe for the fish, I also use a bio enhancer with each water change to ensure there is enough good bacteria kept in the tank.
Description: Freshwater planted community fish Aquarium

Rated #3: Ddot

State: None/Other
Country: Australia Australia Flag
Rank: #3 out of 4 Freshwater Tanks submitted Jun 2017;
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Submitted: 06/02/2017
Ratings: 4.19
Number of votes: 21
Fish Kept: various African cichlids
Corals/Plants Kept: Corals and live rocks
Tank Size: 50
Advice: Don't start off with a small tank. Invest in a large tank to start with. It'll be well worth it in the long run.
Description: Cichlids

Rated #4: Baseoverkill

State: New Hampshire
Country: Other Other Flag
Rank: #4 out of 4 Freshwater Tanks submitted Jun 2017;
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Submitted: 06/04/2017
Ratings: 2.19
Number of votes: 21
Quote: "Being normal is boring" -Marylin Monroe
About Yourself: I've had fish for several years and I consider my self a expert with all the knowledge I have with my experiences, I have 4 fish 2 cats 2 parrots and 1 tortoise
Fish Kept: Betta - Male, Neon Tetra, Emerald Green Cory Cat
Corals/Plants Kept: Fake plants,
Tank Size: 5
Advice: If your New with fish I would start out simple and start to under stand how fish live among them selves and how they behave, I would start out with a simple betta fish they usually start out to 5 dollars or more they can live a few years, betta fish can only live with certain species of fish including Corys, neon tetras and a few others. I would definitely buy a 5 gallon tank for your betta anything less then that will bored your betta fish and will get stressed they will feel uncomfortable, make sure to provide plants they can be fake or real, use gravel or bead beans for flooring of your aquarium, I would suggest buying the Glofish 5 gallon KitAbout 60 dollars and provides a filter and a light ad of course the five gallon tank, make sure to buy a bubbler, and a bubbling system along with a air tube to attach them to work, change the tank once a week and wash through with warm water don't use soap it's toxic to the fish, feed your fish twice a day once at day once at night, do not over feed your fish. Once you feel comfortable with these basics start by adding a simple bottom feeding fish such as a Cory then after that add a few neon tetras they all bond well togther but provide lots of plants and decor for them to hide to make them feel comfortable. And don't forget when u change the tank spectate the fish so they don't feel stressed.
Description: My tank
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