A 46 bow front tank. I use the small eheim filter. It has been working magic for me.
THe bigger the tank the easier it is. Actually spend the money on a good filter. It can make a world of difference.
two discus, an angel, 2 sepea tetra, 6 neon tetras, two rainbows, a pleco, 2 algea eaters, 2 gouramis, and 2 danison barbs.
Get me my fishing pole
I started as young child with a small ten gallon tank. Now I'm grown up and on my own. With a steady job I can afford a large tank that is pleasing to the eye.
There is nothing more beautiful than a thriving saltwater tank, but these tanks can be expensive to set up and maintain.
Starting a new tank can be time-consuming, especially if you have to choose all of your own equipment.
Also known as oto cats, otocinclus catfish are some of the smallest aquarium fish out there and also some of the best algae eaters.