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Photo Caption: This is my tiny, three-gallon tank, which houses a Pleco, three Guppies and a male Betta. The plant in view is an Amazon Sword. I also own a 55 gallon tank.
3 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my tiny, three-gallon tank, which houses a Pleco, three Guppies and a male Betta. The plant in view is an Amazon Sword. I also own a 55 gallon tank.

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Country: Canada
Description: The tank shown is one of two identical tanks. My pride and joy - a 55 gallon tank - is currently in storage...for the moment.
Advice: Try a freshwater tropical fish tank before a saltwater tank. If the Betta becomes too aggressive, remove him.
Corals/Plants: Amazon Sword
Tank Size: 3 gallons
Quote: The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination ~ Albert Einstein
About Yourself: I was a corporate law clerk but am currently on disability. it gives me the time to write and keep fish and a collection of plants. I have been keeping fresh and brackish water tanks for approx 17 years now.

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