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Photo Caption: My first freshwater fish tank! I hope you like it. I sure enjoyed putting it together.
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first freshwater fish tank! I hope you like it. I sure enjoyed putting it together.

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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: I have a 29 gallon freshwater tank. I just use the hood and light that came with the tank. I have a tetra whisper 60 gallon filter on it. I also use a marineland heater. I use a tetra whisper 40 gallon air pump. I have black gravel and use lava-type rocks for decoration.
Advice: Read up and ask lots of questions!
Fish Kept: Right now I just have 6 tiger barbs. I will be adding more fish soon, though i don't know what kind yet.
Corals/Plants: All plastic plants.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: "He looks like a weirdy!"
About Yourself: This is my very first fish tank ever. I think it looks pretty darn good. Trying to decide if I want a background or not. But, not too shabby for the first time.

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