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freshwater fish - metynnis argenteus - silver dollar stocking in 20 gallons tank - my 2 huge silver dollars side by side

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: my tank was made by the superb team at tetra with all parts included one of the best makes ever if you are just about to start tetra make it easy so you can afford to make mistakes (not that you should try.
Advice: start small and progress from their and remember fish keeping is demanding but oh so rewarding (-_-)
Fish Kept: 3 silver dollars,1 silver shark, 2 dwarf african clawed frog,1 dwarf gourami, 1 gold gourami,1 lace gourami, 1 angelfish,4 peppered corydorus , 1 rainbow shark,2 paradise fish, 1 fantail, 1 sumo loach, 1 zebra loach
Corals/Plants: --------------
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: do you know anything about fish?:-)

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