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29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish)

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: This is my Asian aquarium. Everything that is alive in this tank originates from Asia. For filtration I use an under gravel filter which has been serving my fish and I very well over the years.
Advice: Patience pays off. Impatience gets you in trouble. Always do the research.
Fish Kept: I have one pearl, one 3 spot, one dwarf, one flame, one opaline, and one gold gourami. I also have a school of eight harlequin rasboras, three kuhli loaches, a couple of bamboo shrimp and a bunch of Malaysian trumpet snails. I do weekly partial water changes to keep everything in pristine condition.
Corals/Plants: The plants I have are Philippine java ferns, java moss, and a marimo ball. They are all live plants. I also decorated the tank with a nice piece of driftwood, a few stones and a couple of coconut caves that I created myself.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: I fell in love with this hobby at around eight years old. There has always been a place in my heart for it ever since. I plan to one day have several tanks from various parts of the world.

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