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20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my 20 gal. fish tank.

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: Tropical Semi-Aggressive, Daytime 'natural' ligthbulb (removed florescent), had three live plants but the goldfish ate two of them, 'Aqua Clear' 20-29 gal filter , Cheap heater.
Advice: Keep goldfish for a start, then work your way up, the goldfish in the picture id had sense i started the whole thing when i was 10 (12 ears ago). I started with him and three others, another goldfish, a algae eater (necessary) and a catfish (optional).
Fish Kept: 1 Comet Goldfish (Feeder fish), 1 African Brown Knifefish, 1 Black Ghost Knifefish, 1 Bala Shark, 3 Ass. Angelfish, 1 Common Plecolaustomus, 1 Clown Loach, 1 Pictus Catfish, 1 Dwarf Gourami, 1 Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami, 1 Albino Cory Catfish
Corals/Plants: 1 Hibiscus, 1 Grass (goldfish ate them both) and a Fern
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: I have feeder fish so save a life.

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