Photo #1 - My Cute Little Pink Mermaid Tank

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Photo Caption: My cute little pink mermaid tank
5 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My cute little pink mermaid tank

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Country: Canada
Description: small pink mermaid fishtank, 5 gallons, marina filter (i think), marina micro LED light set.
Advice: im new to this.....any kind of advice is great
Fish Kept: 1 honey gourami, 1 albino catfish, 1 abino rainbow shark, 3 neon tetras and 1 chinese sucker fish...ohh ad i put my fighter fish in there about two weeks ago, and they all get along pretty good
Corals/Plants: no live coral....just some fake pink coral and some kind of live plant....
Tank Size: 5 gallons
Quote: git r done
About Yourself: im kinda new to the whole fish tank scene...i started off with lizards and reptiles and just am gettng into small freshwater tanks for now....im 21 yrs old, from BC Canada a tiny town called Gold River located on Vancouver Island....

COMMENTS

cute! I hope all your fish are doing well. I'm sure you'll be tempted to upgrade in no time, that's what happened to me!! btw, as long as your fish are happy and healthy there probably isn't a problem with having the tank overstocked. Frequent water changes or extra filtration are usually good ways to ensure water chemical levels are where they should be. fish avatar
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I would have to agree with everyone else in that your tank is way to crowded. fish avatar
Your tank is way too crowded, especially with all the ornaments. You should only have about 2-5 fish in there. No gourami either, they can get big. fish avatar
No need to get upset, Just trying to give some advice to someone who is evidently in experience in the hobby. fish avatar
your tank is overstocked. i recommend you seek some help in fixing that problem. fish avatar

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