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Submitted By: Pritish Mukherjee on
Photo Caption: A 55-gallon, primarily gourami tank with 2 blue gouramis, 2 gold gouramis, 2 paradise gouramis, 2 opaline gouramis, and 2 sunset platys (for additional color). Plan to add angels in the near future.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - A 55-gallon, primarily gourami tank with 2 blue gouramis, 2 gold gouramis, 2 paradise gouramis, 2 opaline gouramis, and 2 sunset platys (for additional color). Plan to add angels in the near future.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Cascade 300 power filter with Bio-Falls quad filtration system (300 gallons per hour) and 200 Watt submersible heater.
Advice: Begin slowly, let your tank cycle, and enjoy!! Can't filter too much!!!
Fish Kept: A primarily gourami tank with 2 blue gouramis, 2 gold gouramis, 2 paradise gouramis, 2 opaline gouramis, and 2 sunset platys (for additional color). Plan to add angels in the near future.
Corals/Plants: Well-planted to provide places for the fish to hide.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Carpe diem (seize the day) !

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