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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: Tank: 30x12x13 (20g) Lighting: 2 Utilitech 3W LED Bulbs Filtration: (1) Marineland Penguin 100 Power Filter, (1) Aqueon QuietFlow 10 Filtration Media: Marineland cut-to-fit Filter Pad, Activated Filter Carbon, Knee High Pantyhose for Carbon Heating: (1) Aquatop 50 Watt Heater, (1) Nat Geo 50 Watt Aqua Heater Gravel: (25lbs) Pure Water Pebbles Premium Fresh Water Substrate Thermometer: (2) Different Thermometers Decorations: (4) Fake Plants, (5) Iron Wood, (1), (2) Air Stones Water Test: API Stress Coat, API Master Test Kit, Dechlorinator, Conditioner, Ammonia Remover, Algae Control, and various other things to control PH, Nitrite/Nitrate, and amonia levels Other: (1) Fake Little Turtle Notes: 2nd Fish Tank EVER (recent upgrade from 10 gallon) Tank, QuietFlow Filter, Nat Geo Heater, Plastic Plants, 1 Thermometer were all bought used and later paired up with existing aquarium equipment I had from my first 10 Gallon Aquarium. Carbon is used sometimes and is added to the Penguin Filter. Both filters are running at the same time and using cutout filter pads without carbon.
Advice: LEARN
Fish Kept: Black Skirt Tetra, Black Skirt Tetra, Red Cap Oranda Goldfish, Red Eye Tetra, Red Eye Tetra, Zebra Danio, Zebra Danio, Long Fin White Cloud, Long Fin White Cloud, Long Fin White Cloud, Neon Tetra, Neon Tetra, Neon Tetra, Black Kuhlii Loach, Lohachata Botia Loach, False Julii Cory Cat, False Julii Cory Cat
Corals/Plants: Only Artificial
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: If you can't, you must.
About Yourself: I'm a college student currently studying mechanical engineering. I decided it would be a good idea to get me and my girlfriend a fish tank to make our apartment seem more "homie". After a couple months we began to get more interested in fish so we have slowly been upgrading and furthering our understanding of these little guys.

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