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Photo Caption: As close a shot that I could get and still get the whole tank in the picture. --- Fake yellow coral and two fake plants on the left. A wood centerpiece and some of my tetras in the middle, and two more fake plants and my fish cave on the right. --- My betta is hiding inbetween the filter and the heater near the top. --- (photo shot with my phone, sorry for the quality)
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - As close a shot that I could get and still get the whole tank in the picture. --- Fake yellow coral and two fake plants on the left. A wood centerpiece and some of my tetras in the middle, and two more fake plants and my fish cave on the right. --- My betta is hiding inbetween the filter and the heater near the top. --- (photo shot with my phone, sorry for the quality)

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: I have a basic 10 gal. glass tank with a Whisper 10 filter and a submersible heater.
Advice: As a new hobbyist myself, I don't have a whole lot of advice, except that all of the research and care has been worth it. I love my fishies!
Fish Kept: 1 male betta, 5 neon tetras
Corals/Plants: all fake
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: None.
About Yourself: I got into the hobby by accident, really. I got my betta when it was used as a centerpiece/favor at a wedding I attended. I was not even the one who wanted it, but I'm the one who bought it its first tank(an all-inclusive 1 gallon). He didn't seem to happy and I wanted to expand my care, so I researched possible tankmates and types of aquariums, and ended up with what I have(mostly so that I could stay within my limited budget. He's doing much better and my tetras are pretty perky, as well. I can't wait to graduate university so I can be a fully independent person and buy a larger setup!

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