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Photo Caption: 35 gallon easy maintenance Moss ball and slate rock decorated fish tank easy care great to look at. Still a work in progress, aren't they all.
35 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 35 gallon easy maintenance Moss ball and slate rock decorated fish tank easy care great to look at. Still a work in progress, aren't they all.
35 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 30 Gallon FOWLR Tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 35 gallon Fresh water planted fish tank. Tank is still transforming, its a recent set up not quite there yet, aren't they always.And the camera quality was terrible so final photo will be uploaded.
Advice: look through this site for example of setups, some tanks take breath away
Fish Kept: Gold gourami aka jealousy kills Black molly aka looney Mickey mouse platy aka mickey mouse White platinum angel recent add aka guardian Swordtail aka Sony 3 nerite snails And 1 wood shrimp aka wood My daughter came up with the names which i enjoy
Corals/Plants: Will update once finishes
Tank Size: 35 gallons
Quote: There is no reality except in nature..........misread......thought it read......Nevermind

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