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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 46 gallon bow front, NatGeo filter, led light,
Advice: start small you will learn your way up to bigger tank and better fish.
Fish Kept: Tapajos Orange Head, 2 Electric Blue Acara, and 2 dwarf bristle nose plecos.
Corals/Plants: Driftwood, fake plants, some lava rock, and river rocks
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: LEARN FROM OTHER PEOPLES MISTAKES
About Yourself: I got started with 3 goldfishes i won at a fair. I kept them in a bucket for about a week then I put them on a 10 gallon tank I bought at a garage sale. Well 10 turned to 20, then 30, then 55 gal. Had it for a while, got out of the hobby but couldn't stay away.

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