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Photo Caption: 20 Gallon tank with both live and fake plants. you cant really see my fish in this photo, they are in the back behind plants.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 20 Gallon tank with both live and fake plants. you cant really see my fish in this photo, they are in the back behind plants.

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: My Tank:, 20 Gallon tank with both live and fake plants., 5 fish total, planing to get more i just dont know what., , The yoyos love to chase each other and hide in the fake black plant. they are my favorit!
Advice: Every one should get Yoyo Loaches, they are friendly to all fish (Being bottom feeders) and they love to play and chase each other!
Fish Kept: 2x Yoyo Loaches, 1x Dwarf Gorami, 1x Angel Fish, 1x Clown Pleco,
Corals/Plants: i dont know what they are called :/
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: mmmm... fish

COMMENTS

The overall impression is very very good! The substrate seems a bit too large for the fish you keep. Excellent choice of decor colorations. The right side seems a bit neglected though. Are you sure this is a 20g tank? It seems like a 100g one. fish avatar

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