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29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Here it is

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: We currently house 2 Bala shark fish, 2 yellow cichlids, a bamboo shrimp, and our biggest love, a black ghost knivefish named pepe le pew!!!! Our goal was to give our fish a natural habitat that would make them feel comfortable and at home:) we use a fluval c4 filter which is meant for a 75 gallon tank, but was told the bigger the better, and seems to be doing a great job!!!! We find ourselves sitting on our kitchen table chairs stationed in front of the tank watching our babies instead of on the couch watching tv! And it's a great conversation starter!!! We're really glad we have our tank:)
Advice: Do your research and talk with professionals!!!! We learned a lot when switching to our bigger tank, that we would've never thought about. Let your tank run for a few weeks before putting fish in it. And with your "starter" fish, make sure you get some you wouldn't mind keeping if/when they survive.
Corals/Plants: None that are real right now
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: I'm a sexy woman who love my fishies

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