Photo #1 - This Is My Second Tank (but Only By About An Hour...

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Photo Caption: This is my second tank (but only by about an hour from my first lol :)), it's 20 gallons, and contains about 12 or 13 female guppies (and maybe a few fry i haven't found yet to xfer to nursery tank), please be kind :)
freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my second tank (but only by about an hour from my first lol :)), it's 20 gallons, and contains about 12 or 13 female guppies (and maybe a few fry i haven't found yet to xfer to nursery tank), please be kind :)
freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This tank is 29 gallons, there are about 15 male guppies (various strains), and one (I couldn't resist) beta. This is my first tank, so please be kind :)

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: This is my first tank, 29 gallons with about 15 fancy guppies(male). I also have a 20 gallon (for female guppies), 5g (for fry), 2x2.5g(for breeding)., (lol, plus one 2liter bottle for brine shrimp hatching hehe)
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who can resist a beta??? I have seven!! very nice tank. fish avatar
nice tank fish avatar

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