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Photo Caption: My bonzai tree provides plenty of hiding places and surface area for my upside catfish and other catfish. The plants are always where my african bush is chilling and the goby loves to explore everywhere. The roman columns look better in tank than in the store for those interested.
36 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My bonzai tree provides plenty of hiding places and surface area for my upside catfish and other catfish. The plants are always where my african bush is chilling and the goby loves to explore everywhere. The roman columns look better in tank than in the store for those interested.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: My bonzai tree provides plenty of hiding places and surface area for my upside catfish and other catfish. The plants are always where my african bush is chilling and the goby loves to explore everywhere. The roman columns look better in tank than in the store for those interested.
Advice: Don't buy all your fish at once.
Fish Kept: 3 Pictus catfish, 1 lace featherfin catfish, 2 small upside down catfish, 1 mean little leporinus, 3 gourami, 1 knight goby, 1 african bush fish
Corals/Plants: Fake.
Tank Size: 36 gallons
About Yourself: I love snakes.

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