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Photo Caption: One of our 3 tanks
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - One of our 3 tanks

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Country: Canada
Description: Standard 55g Top Fin i believe. 2 24" flourescent hoods. Rens Filstar XP2. Hagan Optima Air Pump with 3-way control valve. Visi-Therm Deluxe 200Watt Heater.
Advice: Don't rush anything, trust me I'm new. And don't listen to (most) big chain employees, when it comes to compatibity and size and sexing for that matter, lol.
Fish Kept: Strawberry tetras. Black skirt tetras. Serpae Tetras. Clown Loaches. Weather Loach. Marble Anglefish. TigerBarbs. Larger Pleco. Golden Algae eater. Blue Gourami. Flame Gourami. and finally a large Apple snail.
Corals/Plants: Fake Plants And some wood and misc. decorations.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: My son and Girlfriend are allergic to hairy animals so we immersed ourselves in the wonderful world of fishkeeping. This is one of 3 tanks we currently have. Also have a 30g community and a 10g Brackish tank.

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