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Photo Caption: 50 Gallon freshwater
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 50 Gallon freshwater

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Blue, green and clear pebbles
Advice: research
Fish Kept: 2 Oscars 2 Clown Loaches 3 Dwarf Flame Gourami 1 Spotted Puffer 1 Pleco
Corals/Plants: 2
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Know when enough is enough!

COMMENTS

nice size tank but needs more decor.. more plants, rocks or wood would improve its look.. also i can only see a heater, do you have filters or air pumps? if not your fish will not last long... good luck! fish avatar
Placing the tank in front of a window is not a very good idea. You will have problems with algae later. And the flower pots don't look very well. I hope that you are using tank-proofed soil. I would recommend that you try to reproduce the natural habitat of those fish in your tank. Get some natural looking gravel, some artificial plants (maybe some rocks or driftwood) and definately an external canister filter with additional aeration and heating. Remember: in this hobby planning is the key. Read before you buy and plan before you do your next moves. The good thing is that there is more than enough room for improvement. fish avatar

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