Photo #1 - 10 Gallon Freshwater Tropical Community Tank.

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Photo Caption: 10 gallon freshwater tropical community tank.
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 10 gallon freshwater tropical community tank.

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: Got this tank off of craigslist. Has been up and running for just shy of a year. Its 10 gallons with a hang on filter, purple, black, and blue gravel, fake plants and 2 live bamboo plants, and misc decorations. Don't really care for the 10 gallon cause its so small but I had to get rid of my 20 gallon when I changed apartments. As soon as I'm outa there I'm going to have at the least a 55 gallon but would love a 75 gallon.
Advice: Read anything and everything first. I will only buy my betta fish from Petco all the other fish from there are crap. Bigger is better by far!
Fish Kept: In the 10 gallon I have 2 siamese algae eaters (I would try and spell it out but it wouldn't be right Octinoculus????) 5 blood fin tetra and 1 baby molly. Lots of little snails that came from a pet store. I also have a 5 gallon with 1 goldfish that someone gave my husband in a flower vase.
Corals/Plants: Mostly fake with 2 live bamboo although I would like to try and keep a planted tank soon.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: Hmmmm.......
About Yourself: Had tanks as a kid that my mom bought me and then my friend got a 10 gallon so I had to have one too. Didn't care for the small tank and found a 20 long at goodwill and fell in love from there. Feel free to leave comments even if you don't like my tank! :)

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