Photo #1 - I Will Have To Take A Better Picture

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Photo Caption: I will have to take a better picture
38 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I will have to take a better picture

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: I just bought the tank a few months ago, it has a top fin 60 gallon filter, a top fin three port airpump, and my colloseum is where my bubbles come out.
Advice: My advice is, add fish slowly, Depending on how big the tank is, no more than 5 fish per 10 gallons. a 10 gallon tank shouldnt have more than 5 small fish. Fish only get as big as the tank you put them in much like everything else. My opinion is to have a filter at least 10 to 20 gallons bigger than your tank.
Fish Kept: two angel fish, on is a ghost angel, and the other just a straight black one. 3 tetras, one Rainbow Shark, and 2 Placos.
Corals/Plants: Potted Sword Plant Corkscrew Vallisneria Plant Moss
Tank Size: 38 gallons
Quote: lifes aggrivation is gods way of teaching me patience

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thats a real nice pic, and they are sure pretty angels :) fish avatar

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