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Photo Caption: 29gal,Just started this tank about 2 month ago; it just finished cycling so I'm starting to add more fish; at the moment I have 2 platies, 2 plecos, platy fry; a couple of live plants (amazon sword, java fern) and some plastics
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 29gal,Just started this tank about 2 month ago; it just finished cycling so I'm starting to add more fish; at the moment I have 2 platies, 2 plecos, platy fry; a couple of live plants (amazon sword, java fern) and some plastics

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Country: Poland
Description: 29 Galon tank; Whisper 30 power filter; 55 pounds of gravel;
Advice: do your research before starting up, especially on nitrogen cycle process; read the forums on this website for helpful hints
Fish Kept: 2 platies, 2 plecos, some fry... more to come in next few weeks
Corals/Plants: amazon swords, java fern, some plastics
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: I'm new to this hobby, my only previous experience is a gold fish in a one galon tank....

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