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Photo Caption: I have a 20 gallon freshwater tank. I have one green barracuda, one zebra pleco, one gold nugget pleco, one mono, three small parrot fish that my adult parrot fish gave birth to and various communal fish (mollys, green tiger barbs, skirted tetras).
freshwater fish - acestrorhynchus falcatus - red tail barracuda - I have a 20 gallon freshwater tank. I have one green barracuda, one zebra pleco, one gold nugget pleco, one mono, three small parrot fish that my adult parrot fish gave birth to and various communal fish (mollys, green tiger barbs, skirted tetras).

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: I have a 20 gallon freshwater tank. I have one green barracuda, one zebra pleco, one gold nugget pleco, one mono, three small parrot fish that my adult parrot fish gave birth to and various communal fish (mollys, green tiger barbs, skirted tetras).

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