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2 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Bubbles and Blaze. RIP Blaze best fish that got along with bubbles.

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: Has plenty of rocks. Filter, heater, led lights, glow in the dark cave, and a fake plant.
Advice: I'm not sure I just started and need some advice.
Corals/Plants: Fake
Tank Size: 2 gallons
About Yourself: I'm 19 I just started with fish. I've bought three. One from Walmart, One from petsmark and that one died and one from a fish place near my home. I love fish but I first laid my eyes on a female gourami I fell in love with her because of her spots. At first I knew nothing about them but now I know a little and I just want more but I attend college and I'm not sure id I should get more.

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From personal experience gouramis like well planted tanks and lots of space.good luck fish avatar

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