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Photo Caption: white gravel, plastic plants except for one. WWII decor [a sunken plane, truck, submarine, and aircraft carrier. 4 glofish, 4 zebra danios, one betta fish, and 2 panda cories. thinking about getting a snail.
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - white gravel, plastic plants except for one. WWII decor [a sunken plane, truck, submarine, and aircraft carrier. 4 glofish, 4 zebra danios, one betta fish, and 2 panda cories. thinking about getting a snail.

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State: Louisiana
Country: United States
Description: white gravel, plastic plants except for one. WWII decor [a sunken plane, truck, submarine, and aircraft carrier. 4 glofish, 4 zebra danios, one betta fish, and 2 panda cories. thinking about getting a snail.
Advice: one gallon of water per adult inch size
Fish Kept: danios, bala sharks, a betta, panda cories.
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: I am 22, joined the Air force in Oct 2, 2007 and got stationed at Barksdale AFB (Home of the B-52) I am a aerospace propulsion journeyman. Which is a Jet engine mechanic. I love my job! I have been married since Mar 17, 2008. We have one beautiful girl who was born on Sept. 29 2009. I started out with a 5 gal which i got for free off of Craigslist, then upgraded to a 10 gal which i also got free from craigslist, and a neighbor was moving away and gave us their 26 gal bow front. I eventually got tired of getting hand me down aquariums so i decided to buy my 29 gal aquarium from petsmart and im quite happy with it. its a good size and its not to big.

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