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Photo Caption: I like to create a somewhat real atmosphere similar to what the freshwater fish would encounter in a creek or stream. 1 gourami, 1 Danio, 1 Australian rainbow fish
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I like to create a somewhat real atmosphere similar to what the freshwater fish would encounter in a creek or stream. 1 gourami, 1 Danio, 1 Australian rainbow fish

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 14in deep, 16in height, 24in wide, have a regular filter, with several large rocks and a variety of plastic and live plants. I like to create a somewhat real atmosphere similar to what the freshwater fish would encounter in a creek or stream.
Advice: None
Fish Kept: 1 gourami, 1 Danio, 2 Australian rainbow fish
Corals/Plants: Nil
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: Go Fish

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