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Photo Caption: An overview shot of the tank
75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - An overview shot of the tank

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Country: Canada
Description: This is a 75 gallon community tank. Nothing real special! Aquaclear 70 filter and Aquaclear 300watt heater.
Advice: Start with simple fish, i suggest guppies. Give your aquarium time to develop, and always remember to keep your water changed and clear of contaminants...and DO NOT paint your aquarium trim with spraypaint!! ;) If your unsure, find a cheap tank at a garage sale etc and try it out, see if you like it then if your serious buy an expensive one!
Fish Kept: as of june 5th... 3 clown loaches 3 panda corydoras 2 pleckos 6 rummy nose tetras various guppies and other tetras angelfish 3 african dwarf frogs a catfish which has a really long name that i cant remember.....
Corals/Plants: Echinodorus bleheri (paniculatus) Ceratopteris thalictroides Various other unknown plants :S
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: I started with small tanks and recently worked up to a big one, like i described earlier.

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