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Photo Caption: This one is a Bookself aquarium and it measures 23.75 inches wide, 11 inches deep and 9 inches high. It has a source of light on the top and a filter which hangs on the back side of the aquarium. An artifical rock, a chaute, Two Artificial plants, one Dalmatian Molly, three Zebra Danio and one Red Fire Guppy .
7 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This one is a Bookself aquarium and it measures 23.75 inches wide, 11 inches deep and 9 inches high. It has a source of light on the top and a filter which hangs on the back side of the aquarium. An artifical rock, a chaute, Two Artificial plants, one Dalmatian Molly, three Zebra Danio and one Red Fire Guppy .

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State: Iowa
Country: United States
Description: This one is a Bookself aquarium and it measures 23.75 inches wide, 11 inches deep and 9 inches high. It has a source of light on the top and a filter which hangs on the back side of the aquarium
Advice: Do what you like
Fish Kept: one Dalmatian Molly, three Zebra Danio and one Red Fire Guppy .
Corals/Plants: Artifiicial Rock and a chatue
Tank Size: 7 gallons
Quote: Enjoy

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