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Photo Caption: Dimentions - N/A Lighting - None Filtration - Auqa Tech 5-15 Heater Thermometer Bubble Curtain Crushed Coral And Shells For Flooring 3 Plants Ship Hideway 27 Mollies 1 male - White W/ Brownish Spots & Red Eyes 26 - Molly Fry Born 10-31-06 2 Baby Giant Danios
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Dimentions - N/A Lighting - None Filtration - Auqa Tech 5-15 Heater Thermometer Bubble Curtain Crushed Coral And Shells For Flooring 3 Plants Ship Hideway 27 Mollies 1 male - White W/ Brownish Spots & Red Eyes 26 - Molly Fry Born 10-31-06 2 Baby Giant Danios

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Dimentions - N/A Lighting - None Filtration - Auqa Tech 5-15 Heater
Advice: No Advice as of yet
Fish Kept: 27 Mollies 1 male - White W/ Brownish Spots & Red Eyes 26 - Molly Fry Born 10-31-06 2 Baby Giant Danio
Corals/Plants: Crushed Coral And Shells For Flooring 3 Plants Ship Hideway
Tank Size: 10 gallons
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About Yourself: Im 25 With a 3 yr old son

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