Photo #2 - My 20 Gallon Tank (needing Some Water)

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Photo Caption: My 20 Gallon Tank (needing some water)
fish tank picture - My Fish coming out to get thier picture taken
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 20 Gallon Tank (needing some water)

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Marineland Aquarium from PetCo. Standard rectangular shape. About 24" w x 18" v x 14" deep.
Advice: Change water, do your research before adding new fish
Fish Kept: 2 Boseman Rainbows 4 Neon Rainbows 2 Lemon Tetras 1 Golden Chinese Algae Eater 1 Serpae Tetra 2 Juli Corys 1 Common Pleco
Corals/Plants: Mostly fake plants, 4 small pieces of driftwood 2 small sandstone pieces Roman Collesium theme throughout the tank Smooth rock formation
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Once In A While You Get Shown The Light In The Strangest Of Places If You Look At It Right
About Yourself: Collected fish as hobby since I was a child... this tank is my first tank since moving in with my girlfriend. Work in advertising.

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