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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Tank

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State: Louisiana
Country: United States
Description: I Just Got My Fish Tank For Christmas. And I Have All Sorts Of Fish. I Need Help! I'm New To The Fish Thing But I Have Been Wanting To Start For A While. I Want Some Bog Beautiful Colorful Fish But I Dont Know. Please Gove Me Advice On A Beautiful And Colorful Fish Tank
Advice: Enjoy.
Fish Kept: 3 Goldfish, Suckerfish, A Green Puffer Fish, A Tiger Fish, A Frog, 4 Tetras, A Dollar Fish, And An Albino Something.
Corals/Plants: One Plant.
Tank Size: 55 gallons

COMMENTS

I'm really new to this as well so my advice might not be the best. I would look at possibly getting some fancy guppies, they're really easy to maintain and come in an assorment of colors. I have real and fake plants but fake plants are easier to maintain So I would look at getting some more fake plants. I think the biggest things to do is note get in a hurry. Take your time, do some research and find out which fish are compatiable with each other. Hope this helps!!!! fish avatar

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