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20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My first fish tank. Set up started 6 months ago. Nothing special, just life plants and 10 tetra red eye fish inside...They look healthy and hungry...oh, and also one bushy nose and no shrimps because I don't have algae at all...That's pretty much everything about this image. I hope you enjoy it! Cheers!
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Photo Caption: My first fish tank. Set up started 6 months ago. Nothing special, just life plants and 10 tetra red eye fish inside...They look healthy and hungry...oh, and also one bushy nose and no shrimps because I don't have algae at all...That's pretty much everything about this image. I hope you enjoy it! Cheers!
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My first fish tank. Set up started 6 months ago. Nothing special, just life plants and 10 tetra red eye fish inside...They look healthy and hungry...oh, and also one bushy nose and no shrimps because I don't have algae at all...That's pretty much everything about this image. I hope you enjoy it! Cheers!

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