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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - ya kno

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Country: Canada
Description: BATMAN, and this aint no George Clooney b.s., this is straight up Micheal Keaton. First real community tank, small useless projects before. Got a penguin 330 hooked up, so far so good, didnt like the empreror.
Advice: dont leave the air bubble thinga ma bobber in the tank with the hose hanging out and unattached to anything, drips out slowly but 8 hours later can be a mess, plus getting electrocuted and having to go to the hospital is not fun
Fish Kept: First tank, 2 gold gouramis that rule the tank, 1 albino pleco, 1 commmon pleco, 1whiptail catfish,1 sydontis, 8 cardinal tetras(neons suck), 2 mollies(2 male mollies M.I.A.), 5 longfin leopard danios, 1 neon dwarf gouramis,
Corals/Plants: plastic,plastic,plastic
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: If theres grass, play ball!
About Yourself: My name is Tyler, and im an alcoholic.

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i like how original this is. funny description, great advice on how not get electrocuted. keep up the fun work! fish avatar

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