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Photo Caption: 1 bubbler, 2 tetras, 2 rocks with plants,and two medium plants
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 1 bubbler, 2 tetras, 2 rocks with plants,and two medium plants

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 1 bubbler, 2 tetras, 2 rocks with plants,and two medium plants
Advice: s
Fish Kept: two tertas
Corals/Plants: two rocks with plants attached and two medium plants
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: s

COMMENTS

Some comments (they will represent my personal tastes, so feel free to skip them if there is a conflict with your pesonal taste). 1) I like using fabric plants instead of plastic ones. They look more natural. 2) You could try using a tall plant to hide the filter (btw i always recommend external filters that can support biomedia canisters - better functioning and less parts inside the tank) 3) i would prefer a natural looking gravel and would abide from putting any unnatural looking ornaments (like the treasure chest) in the tank. You can also use natural driftwood for naturality and stock with a school of small tetras. And en face pictures are always better. Please treat the above as advice and not criticism. My first tanks looked way worse than yours... fish avatar

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