Photo #1 - My Petrified Rocks In My Aquarium.

Submitted By: Jonathan Hernandez on
Photo Caption: My petrified rocks in my aquarium.
fish tank picture - My petrified rocks in my aquarium.
10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - A picture of my planted 10 gallon aquarium.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: Tetra Brand EVERYTHING!!!
Advice: Don't be afraid to give your fish a little variety in their food. Fish like flakes, but some frozen bloodworms and some live brine shrimp is essential for a healthy diet. This variety in food will also bring out the color in your underwater buddies.
Fish Kept: For a 10 gallon tank, it's overcrowded, but friends and neighboors give me their fish when they get tired of feeding them, and I can't let the poor things get flushed!!! I have one Zebra Danio, three gold barbs, six guppies, one platy, one freshwater eel, one siamese algea eater, and one fiddler crab.
Corals/Plants: Not sure of all their names!!! One flowering plant that has long stems with the leaves at the top, it also has flowers that are white and V-shaped. One "onion" plant. One large Amazon Sword.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: A successful person can build a strong foundation out of the bricks that other people throw at him.
About Yourself: I have been keeping fish for about three years. It's a very rewarding hobby, especially when you wake up in the morning with twenty guppy fry swimming about in the leaves of the plants!!!

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