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Photo Caption: It's hard to see the fish, the ornament hiding behind the bush, the rock in the center of the tank, and the bush hiding behind the house trying to get bigger but they're there. I'm trying to find the perfect plant to put next the house to mimic a bush or tree but still haven't found one I want.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - It's hard to see the fish, the ornament hiding behind the bush, the rock in the center of the tank, and the bush hiding behind the house trying to get bigger but they're there. I'm trying to find the perfect plant to put next the house to mimic a bush or tree but still haven't found one I want.

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: I got my tank at PETCO. It was the Aqueon Deluxe Aquarium which included 24"L x 13"W x 17"H tank, 24" full-spectrum light, a four-stage filtration system, a 100 watt shatter-resistant submersible heater, premium fish food, and water conditioner
Advice: Make sure to have sufficient hiding spots and healthy, live plants in your tank.
Fish Kept: Veiled Angel Fish, 2 Balloon Mollies (One male, One female), Bala Shark, Dwarf Gourami, Clown Loach, 4 African Dwarf Frogs, Zig Zag Eel, 2 zebra danio, pimelodus pictus, and Plecostomus Punctatus
Corals/Plants: Unsure
Tank Size: 20 gallons
About Yourself: I know I have a lot of fish in my 20 gallon tank and I don't need any lectures about it. I just got a 55 gallon tank to transfer my Bala Shark, Zig Zag Eel, Veiled Angel Fish, and eventually the Plecostomus Punctatus and pimelodus pictus. In about two weeks I will have two really awesome fish tanks and I can't wait.

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