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4 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 3 balloon mollies keeping me company during the last 6 months of writing my PhD thesis. Their names are officer 'smitty' mcclusky (white/pink), the 'situation' (patchy yellow and orange), and jamaal (black with blue speckles). These divas need brackish water and lots of maintenance. Bigs ups to my 3 little distractions.
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Photo Caption: 3 balloon mollies keeping me company during the last 6 months of writing my PhD thesis. Their names are officer 'smitty' mcclusky (white/pink), the 'situation' (patchy yellow and orange), and jamaal (black with blue speckles). These divas need brackish water and lots of maintenance. Bigs ups to my 3 little distractions.
4 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 3 balloon mollies keeping me company during the last 6 months of writing my PhD thesis. Their names are officer 'smitty' mcclusky (white/pink), the 'situation' (patchy yellow and orange), and jamaal (black with blue speckles). These divas need brackish water and lots of maintenance. Bigs ups to my 3 little distractions.

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Country: Australia
Description: 3 balloon mollies, heater and pump - brackish water
Advice: Balloon mollies are divas
Fish Kept: Mollies
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 4 gallons

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