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Photo Caption: PFS substrate, a few fake plants, assorted river rock and pebbles sprinkled throughout, a few large rocks, a couple of (empty) liquor bottles and a home made underwater crab dome.
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - PFS substrate, a few fake plants, assorted river rock and pebbles sprinkled throughout, a few large rocks, a couple of (empty) liquor bottles and a home made underwater crab dome.

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: PFS substrate, a few fake plants, assorted river rock and pebbles sprinkled throughout, a few large rocks, a couple of liquor bottles and a home made underwater crab dome.
Advice: The pet store isn't always right, neither is the internet.
Fish Kept: Red Clawed Crab, Green Spotted Puffer, Ghost Shrimp, Goldfish, Neon Tetras, Painted Tetras, Zebra Danis, Pleco, Guppies and a couple other assorted.
Corals/Plants: Fake plants. I wish they didn't look so tacky.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: 20 year old web designer. Got a tank from my dad he wasn't using, now I spend way to much time and money on it.

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Thanks! Wanted to have a little fun with it. fish avatar

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