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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: I've got an old aquarium with a weird kind of light. As far as the filter, I have a Whisper Tetra BioFoam Filter, with a Whisper heater, along with aquatech dual air pump with a blue cartoon clam on one hose, and a bendable bubble curtain on the other.
Advice: Im new to this.
Fish Kept: One Blueberry Botia, one Tancho Koi, one regular two-tail neon orange Goldfish, one Zebra Tetra, one Painted Tetra, and one King Guppy that was breed by my buddy.
Corals/Plants: I have 2 decorative pieces: one is a pirate skull with patch and pirate hat, and a chest full of gold, the other is a blue tribal skull that kind of reminds me of the bme skull. When it comes to gravel, I use bright neon colors: blue, green, pink, orange, and the usual black. I have 3 plants that are all glow in the dark. One is a greenish blueish spike. The other two are a leafy neon green type.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: Peace.
About Yourself: I enjoy the peacefulness of a fish tank.

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