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Photo Caption: 2.5ft long 27 uk gallon (33 US gallon) community tank 4 Neon Tetras, 3 Harelquin Rasboras, 3 Black Phantom Tetras, 5 X-Ray Tetras, 4 glowlight tetras, 3 bamboo/wood shrimp, 3 Mollies, 2 Otos, 2 Zebra Danios , 4 Bronze Corys, 3 Albino Corys, 3 Peppered Cory, 1 Panda Cory, 1 Whiptail catfish, 1 Apple Snail and 1 African Dwarf Frog.
33 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 2.5ft long 27 uk gallon (33 US gallon) community tank 4 Neon Tetras, 3 Harelquin Rasboras, 3 Black Phantom Tetras, 5 X-Ray Tetras, 4 glowlight tetras, 3 bamboo/wood shrimp, 3 Mollies, 2 Otos, 2 Zebra Danios , 4 Bronze Corys, 3 Albino Corys, 3 Peppered Cory, 1 Panda Cory, 1 Whiptail catfish, 1 Apple Snail and 1 African Dwarf Frog.

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Country: Great Britain
Description: 2.5ft long 27 uk gallon (33 US gallon) community tank 4 Neon Tetras, 3 Harelquin Rasboras, 3 Black Phantom Tetras, 5 X-Ray Tetras, 4 glowlight tetras, 3 bamboo/wood shrimp, 3 Mollies, 2 Otos, 2 Zebra Danios , 4 Bronze Corys, 3 Albino Corys, 3 Peppered Cory, 1 Panda Cory, 1 Whiptail catfish, 1 Apple Snail and 1 African Dwarf Frog.
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Fish Kept: 4 Neon Tetras, 3 Harelquin Rasboras, 3 Black Phantom Tetras, 5 X-Ray Tetras, 4 glowlight tetras, 3 bamboo/wood shrimp, 3 Mollies, 2 Otos, 2 Zebra Danios , 4 Bronze Corys, 3 Albino Corys, 3 Peppered Cory, 1 Panda Cory, 1 Whiptail catfish, 1 Apple Snail and 1 African Dwarf Frog.
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Tank Size: 33 gallons
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