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Photo Caption: This is my 29 gallon tank. All plants are plastic. You can see 3 gold gourami and a pearl gourami hiding in the plants.
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 29 gallon tank. All plants are plastic. You can see 3 gold gourami and a pearl gourami hiding in the plants.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 30X12X18" Perfecto hood w/flourescent lighting, aqua tech 20-40 filter, 150 watt heater, 1 bubble wand and 2 airstones run on double air pump
Advice: Take it slow! Be sure to cycle your tank, and keep up maintenance. Water changes are important even if your water looks wonderful. Make sure your fish are compatible, and have room to grow. Most of all, have fun!
Fish Kept: 1 gold gourami 1 pearl gouram 1 angelfish 3 pictus catfish 3 zebra danio 3 female bettas
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: "There's a fine line between clever and stupid"
About Yourself: I had a severe phobia of fish since I was 10 years old, and a peacock eel jumped out of a tank and onto me. It scared me to death! I couldn't even walk through the fish section at a pet store without having a panic attack! Last year I took my kids to the public aquarium (after much begging and crying) and thought to myself I would just walk in the middle and not pay too much attention. I was terrified. But by the end of the day, I was fascinated! I wasn't scared anymore, and a couple months later, I set up my first tank, a 10 gallon, which I still have and all the fish are happy and healthy. Now I'm not scared at all, (at first I was still a little leery) and I'll even feed my mollies right from my fingers. It's so cool!

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