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Photo Caption: This is my 20 gallon tank. It currently houses a Dalmatian Balloon Mollie, a Golden Loach, and a Rainbow Shark, as well as a live plant. It has a heater, power filter, and air stone along with multiple decorations.
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my 20 gallon tank. It currently houses a Dalmatian Balloon Mollie, a Golden Loach, and a Rainbow Shark, as well as a live plant. It has a heater, power filter, and air stone along with multiple decorations.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Tetra 20 gal. tank, which included filter, heater, hood, and lights.
Advice: have fun.
Fish Kept: Balloon Mollies Golden Loach Rainbow Shark
Corals/Plants: Plastic plants, except for the front left. I dont know what kind it is. but its pretty and my fish love to play in it! Looks kind of like bamboo at the bottom.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Have no fear in perfection, you will never reach it.

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cool budda monk thing :) i like it fish avatar

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