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Photo Caption: 60 gallon freshwater tank with fake plants. 5 bloodthin tetras 4 black neon tetras 1 angel fish 3 platys 5 Cory cats 3 Dennison Barb's 3 cherry Barb's 2 algae eaters 4 black skirt tetras 6 red minor tetras 4 gouramis
65 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 60 gallon freshwater tank with fake plants. 5 bloodthin tetras 4 black neon tetras 1 angel fish 3 platys 5 Cory cats 3 Dennison Barb's 3 cherry Barb's 2 algae eaters 4 black skirt tetras 6 red minor tetras 4 gouramis
65 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 65 gallon freshwater tank with various community fish and fake plants.

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State: Kansas
Country: United States
Description: 60 gallon tank. 4' long by 2' tall by 13" deep. It has standard lighting that came with the tank. I have a fluval aqua clear filter and a aqueon heater. I also have a powerhead.
Advice: Do research and practice patience when it comes to cycling a new tank.
Corals/Plants: Various fake plants
Tank Size: 65 gallons
About Yourself: I just got into the hobby last March and I really enjoy it.

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