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Photo Caption: My brand new tank. It's only 9 days old here. 29 gallon Top Fin glass. The setup that comes in the box. So far just 3 Angelfish. Going to add some Neon Tetra's for flash and possibly some Gouramis. Any suggestions would be great.
fish tank picture - My brand new tank. It's only 9 days old here. 29 gallon Top Fin glass. The setup that comes in the box. So far just 3 Angelfish. Going to add some Neon Tetra's for flash and possibly some Gouramis. Any suggestions would be great.

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Country: Canada
Description: New tank on 11-24-2008. 29 gallon Top Fin. Glass. All the equipment that came with the package. Looking at getting a bubble wall going at the back possibly.
Advice: Do your research. Pick the type of fish you would most like to have, and then populate around them.
Fish Kept: 3 Angelfish (still a new tank).
Corals/Plants: Plastic.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: A bad day fishing, is better than a good day at the office. Let 'em go, let 'em grow.
About Yourself: I'm 32, work in Architecture, but am going to do a career change and do Dental Hygiene. I kept lots of fish while I was younger, including various types of goldfish, neon tetras, mollies, swordtails, and guppies. Even had some turtles at one time. Haven't kept fish for quite some time, so when we set up my wife's old tank (5 gallons), we wanted to step things up a notch and get something a little more. Got two Angelfish, and when one of them died, decided (as we bought 2 new ones) to get a bigger tank. Went with a 29 gallon special from PetSmart. One day we would like to set up a saltwater tank, but just don't have the time to put into it right now. Maybe after school is done.

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