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Country: Canada
Description: - 5 gallon Hex tank from AA (I use the Fluvial carbon mix in the embedded filter, it does wonders) - Elite Mini Heater from Hagen (25W) - Floating feeding ring - Floating betta mirror - 4 kg of river gravel - a fake 'live rock' cavern - lots of patience and dedication.
Advice: I'm a new hobbyist myself, I have this tank since 2 months only! All I'd say for now is: Try stuff, get some info, use common sense and have fun!
Fish Kept: - 1 doubletail betta (he's blue and red with transparent fins and a brown face) - 6 neon tetras
Corals/Plants: Theres 4 different types of plants in my tank, I don't remember the names though... and yes, that bright pink plant is real! I squeezed fake plants btw my tank and the wall to hide the wires and create a background, the result is nicer IMO than all the ugly wallpapers they sells in petstores.
Tank Size: 5 gallons
Quote: Neons are way sturdier than what people generally claims.
About Yourself: This is my 1st fish tank in more than 20 years (every kid had their goldfish in the '80s yknow!) and I intended to do things the right way with this one. I always liked fish, and I realize how much I missed looking at them swim around gracefully. So far so good, I'm hooked!

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