i have one pond(very large one),one 10 gallon aquarium(planted one),one 90 gallon(rocky one) aquarium and a 30 gallon(rocky one) aquarium.
always do some research on the fish you are buying and buy the larger tank you can afford in term of space and money(easier to maintain and better for the fish)
guppies,platys,mollies,neon,convicts,tilapia,senegal bichir,mosquito fish,fancy goldfish,koi(grade a and b),comet,shubunkin,black moore,some barbs(tiger,golden,etc) and some cichlids
amazon swords,java fern and some others(don't know their names)
fill it later
love to play football(soccer) and is fond about animals.i have two radiated tortoise, one german shepherd,one hybrid dog,chicken,a cat and a pond and aquariums
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