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Photo Caption: Just fed them, so that is why it's a bit dirty looking.
36 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Just fed them, so that is why it's a bit dirty looking.

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: Tank: Aqueon 36 Gallon Bowfront Dimensions: 30"L x 15"W x 21"H Filtration: QuiteFlow 30 & Fluval C3 Lighting: Standard lighting Substrate: Pool filter sand Heater: OEM?
Advice: Ask what EVER you need to ask, we all started out somewhere. Also use the AqAdvisor calculator, great tool!
Fish Kept: 2 - Blue Rams = Pair 2 - Mollies( Gold Dust, and a Butterfly Lyretail[Yellow and silver]) 1 - Peppered Cory 1 - Albino Cory 1 - Kuhli Loach
Corals/Plants: Fake for now, but thinking of going with real one soon!
Tank Size: 36 gallons
Quote: "Sophie say fishy!" "Sha-Sha!"
About Yourself: WaterJet Operator/Programmer, Marketing Designer, Inventor. Got into the hobby for a little bit of myself, and for my kids to watch the fishes swim all over the tank.

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