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Photo Caption: Here is a better photo it shows the colors better. thanks for looking!Your comments are welcome!!!!!
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Here is a better photo it shows the colors better. thanks for looking!Your comments are welcome!!!!!

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: Three month old tank. Water just settled down. This is my first freshwater tank. My wife and I love it! Let us know what you think.
Advice: PATIENTS. PATIENTS. PATIENTS......ask all the questions you can think of then ask more. take your time and enjoy!!!!!
Fish Kept: Two danios, one rainbow shark, and a platy
Corals/Plants: All colorful plastic and a few very old marbles.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: I feel pert as a rutten buck
About Yourself: I love everything about fish! I think my tank saves my life from time to time it is so relaxing after a stressful day! no heartattack here! LOL

COMMENTS

good job.what size is the tank?..also a power head would help with cloudy water and cycling your tank...very nice tank! fish avatar
Thanks I like the colors in yours too. Its a good change from all the natural looking tanks. I see it said 3 months and just settled down... How many cycles did it go through? Mines going through its 2nd time of being all cloudy after I added fish. Im new so just wondering if you know. thanks! fish avatar
thank you for your comment, how bright and cheerful your tank is, and i agree with you.... i recon my tank's save mine a few times too :) fish avatar

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