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Photo Caption: 60 gall community 2 angels, gibby pleco, clown loach, yoyo loach, blue oupaline gourami, neon dwarf gourami, platy, molly, guppy,
60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 60 gall community 2 angels, gibby pleco, clown loach, yoyo loach, blue oupaline gourami, neon dwarf gourami, platy, molly, guppy,

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 60 gal community, fake plants, marble sailfin pleco, 3 angels, 6 black skirt tetras. two yoyo loaches.
Advice: cycle cycle cycle
Fish Kept: guppies, angels, loaches, golden nugget plecostomus, mollies, platys, figure 8 pufer. bichir.
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: no poor bastard ever died for his country, but making the other poor dumb bastard die for his.
About Yourself: young and been keeping fish for one year so far, but ill never stop.

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