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Photo Caption: I haven't put my fish in yet in this picture but this is my 30 gallon tropical tank.
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I haven't put my fish in yet in this picture but this is my 30 gallon tropical tank.

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Country: Canada
Description: my tank's length is 30inches, width-12inches, and 18 inches deep, the filter is a aquatech. There is also a heater but i'm not sure what brand it is.
Advice: start out with a type of fish that is easy to care for and don't get discouraged!
Fish Kept: 1 oscar 1 tiger barb 3 gouramis-2 blue, 1 yellow 1 cherry barb 2 rosy barbs 1 unknown 1shark
Corals/Plants: I only have plastic plants, but would like to add some real ones
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: Don't think of it as a mistake think of it as a learning expierence
About Yourself: I'm 15 so obviously still in highschool. I guess the hobby sparked when I was little and my mom kept a 20g tank. After a couple of years of choosing the goldfish out of the tank at the petstore I started taking over the tank. Now I guess I could say I'm OBSESSED. I've been begging my parents for a while now to get me a bigger tank. I think they might be starting to crack! That'd be nice. I'm starting to experiment with new kinds of fish. I now have a 30g shown above, another 10g with small tropical fish(bloodfin tetras,mollies etc.) and a 10g breeding tank(my mom wasnt very happy when I brought that home but I insisted I needed it) And I'm now looking into getting a small (10-20g) saltwater tank. My mom sounds a bit interested in that so maybe she'd pitch in a bit of money b/c I know they are expensive! If you have any comments or suggestions please e-mail me... I am young and still learning alot! - under subject put something about tanks so I know it's now more junk mail - Thanks!

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