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40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Our First Tank

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: We have a freshwater 40 gallon community tank with both live and fake plants. We have 2 filters(bottom filter and one that hooks on the back of the tank). ALSO we have LOTS of aeration within the tank(Two aerating decorations as well as a bubble stone or 2). This is our very first tank and we're already planning a second one in the near future. IF you have any suggestions or advice we're always open to suggestions.
Advice: Get ready for a new addiction!
Fish Kept: Our tank consists of 1 Parrot Fish(Dobby), 1 Electric Yellow Cichlid(Sally) and 1 Yellow stripped cichlid(Jack), 2 leopard spotted catfish(Jekyl and Hyde), 1 Spotted Pascotomus - Bottom Feeder(Hoover), 1 Freshwater Black Fin Shark(Mr Bubbles),1 Gray Gourami(James Bond), 2 Dragon Fish(Flotsam and Jetsam) and we JUST got an electric blue(Sulley).
Corals/Plants: Moneywort, Anubias barteri and Brazilian Sword
Tank Size: 40 gallons
About Yourself: We were given the tank and it all went from there. Now we are fully addicted to this new found hobby. We love our fish they are so much fun to watch!

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