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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - hmm i have a 45 gallon i started a bout 1 mouth a go i have two live plants and the rest are fake

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Country: Canada
Description: i have a 55 gallon i started a bout 1 mouth a go i have two live plants and the rest are fake
Advice: i think the best thing to start out in this is just go big from the start i found with my 10 was just to much up keep i gave that to my mom and now i have the 55 i am looking at buying a 25 for my room. and 1 more thing never run bio filters i found that they sucked and the filters are ever expencive.
Corals/Plants: i started out buying live plants and found that the fish eat them all so i went to all fake
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: canada eh

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