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Photo Caption: Here is my beautiful tank I have worked so hard on and love so much!!!
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Here is my beautiful tank I have worked so hard on and love so much!!!

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: Penguin 150 Bio-Wheel filtration system, 2 air stones, MarinelandĀ® Visi-ThermĀ® Heater, AquaClear air pump.
Advice: Patience is an absolute virtue & you can't ask enough questions.
Fish Kept: 1 Dwarf Gourami 1 Dwarf Neon Rainbow 6 Endler's Guppies 3 Glow Lite Tetras 3 Pencilfish 6 Neon Tetras 3 Brillant Rasboras 2 Marble Hatchetfish 2 Fancy Male Guppies 2 White Cloud Tetras 2 Pristella Tetras 4 Ghost Shrimp
Corals/Plants: I have a variety of all plastic plants.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: You seriously want to go the fish store again??????? - My Girlfriend
About Yourself: I think I may be obsessed with this hobby. Not since my basketball days have I loved something so much. I also breed guppies and I'm about to purchase a show quality betta. In the future I would like to set up a cichlid and marine tank. Preferebly one w/ corals & one without.

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