46 gallon Bow Front, 36"x24"x16", with 2 40-60 gal Wal-Mart brand filters. Other specs unkown.
2 Swordtail Kois, 3
Silver Hatchets, 4 Black Neon Tetras, 4 Redeyed Tetras, 5 Scissortail Rasboas, 2 Rubberlipped Plecos, 2 Spotted Cory Catfish, 4 Swordtails, 2 Black Mollies, 6 Ghost Shrimp, 8 neon tetras
Sand, plastic plants, some rocks from outside, and plastic driftwood.
I started off with a 20 gallon with 4 Swordtail Mollies that a friend gave to me and then next thing you know the 4 fish turned into 20. So I had to upgrade to a big tank. I got rid of a lot of fish and got the ones that I have now.
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