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Photo Caption: 30 gal. Long, penguin 280, powerhead sponge filter, Stealth heating unit, gravel sub-straight, 5500 k lighting, EcoBio Rock with in gravel bubbler. Amazon Swords. 2 Parrot fish, 7 Red-eye Tetra, 4 Glass Tetra, 1 rainbow Shark, 1Albino Cory-cat, Pleco
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 30 gal. Long, penguin 280, powerhead sponge filter, Stealth heating unit, gravel sub-straight, 5500 k lighting, EcoBio Rock with in gravel bubbler. Amazon Swords. 2 Parrot fish, 7 Red-eye Tetra, 4 Glass Tetra, 1 rainbow Shark, 1Albino Cory-cat, Pleco

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 30 gal. Long, penguin 280, powerhead sponge filter, Stealth heating unit, gravel sub-straight, 5500 k lighting, EcoBio Rock with in gravel bubbler.
Advice: Regular water changes, and keep your gravel clean.
Fish Kept: 2 Parrot fish, 7 Red-eye Tetra, 4 Glass Tetra, 1 rainbow Shark, 1Albino Cory-cat, Pleco
Corals/Plants: Amazon Swords
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: Love thy neighbor and respect thy fish.
About Yourself: I'm a free-lance Graphic Designer of print publications, and I enjoy creating from scratch. Creating a mini microcosm just seemed a natural fit. Creating something that is a living ecosystem with its changing needs keeps me interested, and in return those I take care of give me hours of entertainment by letting me view their natural behavior ( that is if you've done everything correctly ). Besides its a challenging hobby that never stops teaching and growing. Possibilities are endless!

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pls make it more attractive i bet your fishes will like it fish avatar

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