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Photo Caption: This is an old picture, so the description doesn't really match the tank right now. A new one is coming soon though!
fish tank picture - This is an old picture, so the description doesn't really match the tank right now. A new one is coming soon though!

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: I've got a big Castle Carved Grey Rock with some fake plants growing on it in the center and my main piece. A tall tree that has realistic looking leaves (fake also). Two small-medium sized fake plants. A Rock from the Grand Canyon, shells from Florida and Bahamas, A two holed beige/red rock, an ankor with fake plants... Colour changing eggs (4), and Truth Wisdom and Faith Rocks. The gravel is a blue shaded type! My tank is 30 gallons long. I have a Marine Land Penguin C Filter, marine land heater and an air pump! Which is wedged to the bottom of the tree! I have regular stock fluorescent lighting!
Advice: Read all you can about fish! Love your fish! They help reduce your stress;)
Fish Kept: Right now I have two gouramis, beige (Octo/Tarzan - loves to swim in the tree and hang out there!) and blue(King - is always in the castle!), I have a Barb named tiger, and a little sucker pleco named Goldy(hides under the Grand Canyon rock in the front!!) Goldy does such such a good job on the tank!
Corals/Plants: All Fake, Wishing to get real ones soon!
Tank Size: 30 gallons
About Yourself: I love music, I have a huge passion for playing. I just got into aquariums this past september of 2008. This is my first tank! I love to learn new stuff, and I'm 17! Oh, also I live in Ontario, Canada - not Arizona, although I do lover it there!

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