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Photo Caption: I already added the silk plants, I think it seem nicer now.
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I already added the silk plants, I think it seem nicer now.

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Country: Mexico
Description: I'm new at fish, but I really enjoy it so far. 50G freswater tank holding various types of Goldfish, silical sand lava rocks and silk plants do the decoration so far. Night light made at home with blue high beam leds. Furniture in black leather also made at home, platform filter and cascade Bio Wheel filter keep this tank crystal clear.
Advice: Read, read, read and then ask, ask and ask again. You'll never short on information. Never ask to an aquarium clerk, chances are you know better than them.
Fish Kept: Goldfish, Black Telescope, Blue Oranda, Telescope Calico, Red Cap Oranda, Red Ryukin... lookind for a Panda Butterfly
Corals/Plants: Silk plants from Azoo
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Fail to plan equals plan to fail
About Yourself: I also breed Yorkshire Terrier with my wife, I have an Audio Car column in El Norte newspaper, that is also publish in Mural and Reforma.

COMMENTS

that red rock is awesome. nice job. fish avatar
ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE LAVA ROCKS! NICE JOB! fish avatar

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