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State: Nevada
Country: United States
Description: this is a 29 gallon tropical fish tank.aqua flow 30 filter,fluval heater.
Advice: when cleaning only empty about 25% of the water and keep fish in the tank while in the process.only feed once a day the worst thing you can do is over feed your fish.use water conditioner with every water change.
Fish Kept: acei cichlid,yellow lab cichlid,fire mouth cichlid,rainbow shark,red tail shark,silver molly,orange molly,dalmation molly,red platy,orange platy,2 albino cory catfish,tin foil barb,tigerbarb,chinese algea eater,dwarf gourami,veiltail betta,2 tetras,marigold varieta,red velvet swordtail.
Corals/Plants: bamboo plant
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: "when in doubt knock em out"
About Yourself: i got into keeping fish when i saw my friends fish tanks and how cool the fish looked and how there personalitys wer.after i got my first fish i have been exited abut getting new fish and making the tank look different and cooler each time i clean it.i hope you like my fish tank and i hope i helped.

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