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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
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Advice: Get the absolute biggest aquarium you can afford and accomadate. Let it run for three or MORE days before you even think of putting a fish in it. Buy yourself a good book and research the fish you want. (Since I started out with a Goldfish I am now VERY limited on what fish I can put with him.) THen add your fish slowly. I know how it is you just want to have a bunch a beautiful fish right away, but wait. It's better in the long run.
Fish Kept: Right now I have one Calico Fantail Goldfish, six Zebra Danios, one Lepard Danio. (He got mixed in with the others by accedent, but gets along fine with his cousins), and one Albino Cory Cat
Corals/Plants: I have a couple of lily plants and one bushy plant I'm not sure about
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: If you can't ba a good example, be a horrible warning.
About Yourself: I started out in May '06 with Flipper my Fantail. I had gotten him to go in a bowl with a stalk of lucky bamboo. After doing a little reading on Goldfish I upgraded to an Eclipse 5 gallon hexagon. Then for Christmas I got a 20 gallon tank. This is a classic example of how fish are like drugs. Once you start, you have to keep getting bigger and bigger aquariums and more and more fish

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