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Photo Caption: september 2008 just starting out, DIY livebearer nursery in the tank.
125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - september 2008 just starting out, DIY livebearer nursery in the tank.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: The very begining. I just bought the tank 2 days ago. It will be a home for my 2 oscars. I also have a 29 with livebearers.
Advice: Read everything you can get your hands on before you buy.
Fish Kept: 29g- Mollies, Swordtails, Zebra Danios, Bristlenose pleco, ghost shrimp, an army of snails. 29g soon to be in 125g- 2 oscars and two idiotic feeder goldfish that wont allow themselfs to be eaten but instead are eating the oscar food and growing.
Corals/Plants: Very poor looking walmart plant bulbs. I havent gotten to the plant frenzy yet. Coming soon. lol
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: What do you want and how much does it eat?
About Yourself: I'm an animal nut. At the moment I have 5 dogs, 1 cockatiel and well a lot of fish.

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