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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Hey, I have a 30 gallon wide aquarium. I have a heater which is set to keep the water about 79-80 degeres ferighnhieght. You have to have a heater! When I first started I thought I didn't need one and I was wrong, all my fish died and I got ich. So make sure your temp is right! I have basic lighting which I keep on for only 10 hours a day. I recommend getting a timer so it turns off and on at a specific time.
Advice: With the aquarium hobby you have to have time and patience, especially with salt water. I havnt experienced taking care of salt but I would love to. I love the fish tank hobby!
Fish Kept: 5 Cherry Barbs 2 Red Tail Sharks 2 Spotted African Leaf Fish 2 Red Tail Sharks 1 Pleco
Corals/Plants: All the driftwood in my tank is natural that I found in a lake. And all the rocks I found in a river. But all the plants are artificial plants.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
About Yourself: I love animals! I have my 30 gallon freshwater tropical fish tank, and I also I have a ball python. Check out my YouTube channel thatfishtankman63 where I make videos on my fish tank and my snake.

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The pictures of your Zebra Loach and African Leaf Fish are very clear - easy to see the fish's patterns. Nice fish! fish avatar

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