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12 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 2 Silver Dollars, 4 danios,2 Penguin Tetra, 7 Neons, 2 Platy's, 1Male Siamese Fighter, 1 Female Fighting Fish, 1 Ghost Knife-fish, 2 Mollies, 1 Angel Fish and one weird orange thing ! :S
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Photo Caption: 2 Silver Dollars, 4 danios,2 Penguin Tetra, 7 Neons, 2 Platy's, 1Male Siamese Fighter, 1 Female Fighting Fish, 1 Ghost Knife-fish, 2 Mollies, 1 Angel Fish and one weird orange thing ! :S
12 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 2 Silver Dollars, 4 danios,2 Penguin Tetra, 7 Neons, 2 Platy's, 1Male Siamese Fighter, 1 Female Fighting Fish, 1 Ghost Knife-fish, 2 Mollies, 1 Angel Fish and one weird orange thing ! :S

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Country: United Kingdom
Advice: :)
Fish Kept: 2 Silver Dollars, 4 danios,2 Penguin Tetra, 7 Neons, 2 Platy's, 1Male Siamese Fighter, 1 Female Fighting Fish, 1 Ghost Knife-fish, 2 Mollies, 1 Angel Fish and one weird orange thing ! :S
Corals/Plants: Artaficial
Tank Size: 12 gallons
Quote: So Sweet
About Yourself: I am 15 and have been keeping fish for 3 years.

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How does your fighter and angel survive 2gether? fish avatar

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