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Photo Caption: 10 gallon tank with 2 albino bichir, a senegal bichir, a rummy nose, 2 gold sharks, a platinum angel fish, an albino bushynose pleco and an albino rainbow shark
10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 10 gallon tank with 2 albino bichir, a senegal bichir, a rummy nose, 2 gold sharks, a platinum angel fish, an albino bushynose pleco and an albino rainbow shark

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: have a 29, and a 10 at the moment
Advice: keep at it and have an idea of what you eventually want it to look like not just the fish you want in it
Fish Kept: Senegal Bichir, delhezi bichir and an apollo shark, in my 29 In my 10 gal 2 Albino Bichir, a sengal bichir an albino catfish, platinum angel fish and an albino bushy nosed pleco
Corals/Plants: all sorts between my two tanks
Tank Size: 10 gallons

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