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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Baby

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State: New Hampshire
Country: United States
Description: I have a 55 gallon tank full of regular plastic aquarium plants, real plants, ceramic log, black rock, 3 pieces of drift wood and wall hanging plants. I have 2 40 - 60 Gallon Filtration Systems
Advice: Keep trying and NEVER give up. Always do your homework - the internet is very useful!
Fish Kept: 1 Angelfish, 5 Danios, 4 Red Tetra's, 5 Dwarf Gouramis, 5 Paradise Fish, 5 Rainbow Fish and adding more weekly
Corals/Plants: plastic and live
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: What you put into is what you will get out of it!
About Yourself: I am an office manager to a logging/trucking company and I work a lot so I dont have a lot of time. The one thing I do make time for is my fish because I believe they are absolutely beautiful to watch. I started out with a small 10 gallon tank and had the worst of luck with it. I couldnt keep it from going completely green. Finally I decided I would try one last thing and that was a bigger tank in which is when I went to the 30 gallon. Now I have had the best of luck for the past year and a half.

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