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38 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 38 gal freshwater

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: All-Glass Aquarium, Undergravel filter, Marienland Powehead, Whisper #3 external filter, Supreme Heatmaster heater, 1 Fluorescent tube
Advice: Don't overload your tank with too many fish! Take your time, and read all about the hobby. Learn from your mistakes, and don't give up.
Fish Kept: 2 angels, 2 x ray fish, 5 albino tetras, 1 plecostomus
Corals/Plants: artificial
Tank Size: 38 gallons
About Yourself: I started in this hobby about 30 years ago with a 10 gallon aluminum framed tank! Take your time, the way you can tell if you are a successful aquarist is by the longevity of your fish. Most of my fish are 3-7 years old. My Plecostomas is 15 years old!

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My advise is: Change artifical plants with live ones. Also mean for wood. fish avatar

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