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Photo Caption: This is my aquarium, sorry if the pic isn`t the best, I took it before cleaning the tank so there are a few snails and leaves around
freshwater fish stocking in 5 gallons tank - This is my aquarium, sorry if the pic isn`t the best, I took it before cleaning the tank so there are a few snails and leaves around

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Country: Italy
Description: My tank is a 20 liter freshwater tropical tank, I have no lighting system since I keep my fish on a shelf in the living room (the room is surrounded by windows so there is always a lot of light) I have a filter, a heater, decorations, live plants etc (of course fish too)
Advice: As a kid I made the mistake of just buying a gold fish and putting it into a vase (for a few days, then I moved it in the tank), I didn`t cycle the tank and a few times I killed my fish due to ammonia, at the time I had no clue what it was, so please enquire before getting fish
Corals/Plants: Anacharis
Tank Size: 5 gallons

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