Photo #1 - My L- 30 Inches X W- 12 Inches X H- 12 Inches Mo...

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Photo Caption: My L- 30 inches x W- 12 inches x H- 12 inches Moss only. Some yamato shrimps & a pair of Badis bengalensis.
12 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My L- 30 inches x W- 12 inches x H- 12 inches Moss only. Some yamato shrimps & a pair of Badis bengalensis.
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Country: India
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Fanastic Idea !!! .... More , please fish avatar
I love this look. Dustin69, I looked at your tank. It looks like it was done by a 3 year old. Very child like. fish avatar
That is one very sweet looking aquarium. I have never saw anything like this before. Nice job. Left you the highest vote. fish avatar
thats not moss its algae, and you have shrimp only cause fish couldn't live in such a nasty ass tank. fish avatar
Never seen anything like it, but i like it well done. fish avatar

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