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Photo Caption: A better photo and some work with new plants.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - A better photo and some work with new plants.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Its an interesting community tank. Currently it has a baby red-eared slider that a college friend was going to dump in local river. I advised against it and offered to keep it. I am trying to make it a turtle/fish community tank which I know is near immpossible, but after a month, he has shown no interest in eating the fish. And I also put in one of those floating turtle docks as well as a UVB flourescent bulbs in one of the sockets. The turtle has eaten a few plants though.
Advice: change the water often.
Fish Kept: It has over fifteen rosy minnows (feeder fish) which have not taken to their name. Three serpae tetras. One red finned shark which is really only active at night.
Corals/Plants: three unknowns
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: "Hey y'all lookey here"
About Yourself: A student that is busy either working or studying.

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