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Photo Caption: new updated tank please rate and comment 1 oscar 1 peach peacock 11 bloodfin tetras 1 polkadot catfish
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - new updated tank please rate and comment 1 oscar 1 peach peacock 11 bloodfin tetras 1 polkadot catfish

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Country: Canada
Description: 1 peach peacock, 1 tiger oscar, 1 pleco and 1 plolkadot catfish keeping these fish in a 30g bow front. I know its too small for an oscar but in the next 6 months ill be upgradig to a 100g or larger so yeah. running a fluval c35 filter (for up to 75g), fluval heater, single pump and fizz hose.
Advice: keep trying
Fish Kept: peach peacock electric yellow lab* electric blue* frontosa* blue zebra* unknown chiclid (orange w/ white an dblack dots 11 bloodfin tetras 1 tiger oscar 1 pleco 1 polkadot catfish * = no longer alive.
Corals/Plants: none, all fake for now...keep it simple!
Tank Size: 30 gallons
About Yourself: 24 year old film technician in toronto, ontario, canada

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