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Submitted By: Isabel on
Photo Caption: My newly cycled coldwater tank :). Right now there are no fish in it, but I'll be adding some soon. BTW, the water is kind of cloudy 'cause I just rearranged all the decorations. Oh, and there are some egg sized rocks on the bottom, but you can't really see them 'cause of the glare.
fish tank picture - My newly cycled coldwater tank :). Right now there are no fish in it, but I'll be adding some soon. BTW, the water is kind of cloudy 'cause I just rearranged all the decorations. Oh, and there are some egg sized rocks on the bottom, but you can't really see them 'cause of the glare.

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Hmmm... well it's 30"x12"x18 -Aquaclear 50 power filter -Full spectrum lighting -I have plastic plants, but might get real ones in the near future.. -Malaysian driftwood
Advice: Don't rush!! Take thinks slow and don't forget to cycle and quarantine!
Fish Kept: None right now, although I have had plecos, goldfish, tetras, and danios.
Corals/Plants: None so far, unless you count plastic ones .
Tank Size: 29 gallons

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