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6 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 6 gallon nano tank in progress. Only 3 months old. Advice is welcome !

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Country: Canada
Description: Work in progress to be a modern nano tank. It is planted and contains some lively furcatas, one golden guppie and shrimps and snails. I use and overhead LED for extra lighting and mostly fluval brands for filtration and conditioning.
Advice: I am a new hobbyist ! But I have has fish tanks for years, all I know is that the beauty of the tank comes with time and constant care.
Fish Kept: Lemon Cobra Guppy
Corals/Plants: Anubis, dwarf grass, stuff haha.
Tank Size: 6 gallons
About Yourself: I'm a university student that's been in love with the idea of fish keeping and hope to one day aquire larger tanks and more fish varieties. Starting out with this little 6 gallon however.

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