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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: This is a Rockscape that I finished a while ago. I was inspired by a couple of Rockscapes I found online and wanted to try one myself. I have a Fluorescent light. The type of filters I'm using are Whispers, and I'm using two. I just installed an air pump. And For substrate I have Pool Filter Sand.
Advice: Research Research Research! I have learned so much in the past 6 months about aquariums it's not even funny. If you want a healthy and clean tank do your research!
Fish Kept: Right now I have a Goldfish named Spicoli, he is 4 years old and 4", and also needs to be re-homed. Also I have 7 baby bluegill. They are doing great in my tank, and even eating Omega One Flakes. I do about 10% weekly or even more to keep the tank healthy since it is really overstocked right now. But when all these are gone I'm just gonna go with one Sailfin Molly or something.
Corals/Plants: No Plants Right Now.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: I have been a fish keeper for more than 4 years now. I am pretty much addicted at this point. I plan to work at Petsmart when I get my license, and work in the Aquarium department.

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