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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: HUGE UPDATE & PICTURES SOON, , 33 gallon containing African rot wood and a medium sized red rock with a bubble disc placed under the wood. a ceramic air stone releases super NOISY (gonna replace it soon) bubbles behind my plants. , , I added a DIY CO2 system to the tank to help my plants out about 9 months ago., , The bed is small to fine gravel with some larger stones here and there., ,
Advice: Get a hamster
Fish Kept: 2 Peacock Eels, 4 Long finned black skirt tetras, 2 mystery snails, 1 Spotted Green Puffer, 2 dwarf flounders (?), 2 Dwarf Puffers, 2 red finned sharks, 5 zebra danios, 1 African butterfly, 4 gold tetras, 7 neon tetras, 1 male sunburst platy, 2 algae eaters, ,
Corals/Plants: 1 small sword leafed plants<br> 2 tall sword leafed plants<br> 4 banana plants<br> 3 grassy things have spread with the added the CO2 system now that my tank is about a year old.<BR><BR>
Tank Size: 33 gallons
Quote: Mmmmmm....Sushi!
About Yourself: I'm a novice fish keeper. over the past 20 years i've had about 7 tanks including one salt.

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