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Photo Caption: Newly established 36 gallon freshwater tank filled with activity and LOTS of color!!!
36 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Newly established 36 gallon freshwater tank filled with activity and LOTS of color!!!

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: 36 gallon bow front tank
Advice: Adding fish is always trial and error, as some fish don't play well together. :)
Fish Kept: Neon Tetras, Long-Fin Black Skirt Tetras, Balloon Mollies, Dalmatian Mollies, Lyretail Mollies, Pleco, Rosy Barb, Sunset Platies, Red Platies, Panda Platy, Zebra Danios, Hy511 Tetras, Dwarf Blue Gourami, Fancy Guppies, Cory Catfish and a couple snails. :)
Corals/Plants: Started out with all artificial plants but have slowly been adding live plants. About half the plants in the tank are live plants.
Tank Size: 36 gallons

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