Photo #1 - My First Attempt At My 10 Gal

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Photo Caption: My first attempt at my 10 Gal
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first attempt at my 10 Gal

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Country: Canada
Description: I have a 10 gallon Hagen Tank, with a Regent - Aqua-Tech 10-20 Power Filter. To heat the tank i have a 100W Hagen Radiant 8". For Tank Accesories I have a Penn-Plax Bubble wall hooked up through a Penn-Plax Lok-Tite Gang Valve going to a Elite 800 Hagen Air Pump. For lighting I have 2-25W Marina Blue bulbs to light the tank with a Marina Micro L.E.D set to focus on some of the ornaments in the tank.
Advice: Really I think that if you just go slow, dont rush into it, i did with my first three gallon and did not like it, the fish were good but the tank is a bad design. Take your time and just relax thats what its all about.
Fish Kept: One Betta Two Tetra One DoJo Loach
Corals/Plants: Nothing as of now
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: I got into fish because i wanted a stress free hobby something to take away my stress.

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