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Photo Caption: this photo shows most of the fish however the eel is barely sticking its face out of the castle on the coral side and the sharks are hiding in the log and in the coral
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - this photo shows most of the fish however the eel is barely sticking its face out of the castle on the coral side and the sharks are hiding in the log and in the coral

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallon freshwater tank, it currently has 2 dalmation mollies, 2 glowlight tetras, 4 red eye tetras, 1 dwarf gourami, 1 small pleco, 2 mystery snails 1 gold and one black, 2 denison barbs, 1 6 inch tire track eel, and 2 rainbow sharks .... i think that is all, i do plan on adding 3 pictus catfish and 2 silver tipped shark
Advice: Make sure to fully cycle your new tank before spending a bunch of money on fish, the time spent cycling your tank could save you from a lot of dead fish and wasted money, i prefer a fishless cycle with a little fish food and of course my personal favorite chemical tetra brand "AquaSafe Plus"
Corals/Plants: 2 anubius plants and 2 green mondo grass plants
Tank Size: 30 gallons

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