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Country: Canada
Description: Freshwater tank - not finished yet.
Advice: Knowledge and patience is key...I have lost many fish and some plants to my inexperience and lack of patience. (I didn't research the electric blue lobster before I threw him in the mix, and realized afterward what a great hunter he is - I have lost MANY platys this way....)
Fish Kept: gouramis, platys, cardinal tetras, white skirt tetras, pleco, albino cory, electric blue lobster, feeder shrimp (yeah, they're supposed to be food, but they keep reproducing!)
Corals/Plants: narrow leaf bacopa, cambomba, amazon sword, java moss, banana plant, red tiger lotus, a few artificial plants
Tank Size: 35 gallons
Quote: Don't sweat the petty stuff and don't pet the sweaty stuff!
About Yourself: I started with a really small 10 gal tank... My platys started having tonnes of babies, so I decided to upgrade my aquarium and get into live plants.

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