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45 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 10 fish and more coming!

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State: Maine
Country: United States
Description: Im pretty new at this and not sure of my tanks dimensions, but it looks like about 2'8"L, 1'W, 1'6"H fluorescent lighting
Advice: I am new at this, but my experience has taught me to keep an eye on my tank often, and keep it clean!!
Fish Kept: 1 Angel Fish, 1 Velvet Swordtail, 2 Glo-light Tetras, 2 Neon Tetras, 2 Sunburst Fish, 1 Placo, 1 Catfish (unsure of the type, but it is very long and skinny with a pointy nose, and it eats algae in the tank.
Corals/Plants: 2 Banana Plants, 1 Moneywort, 1 Water Sprite, and 4 fake plants
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: Its not the amount of years in your life, its the amount of life in your years that counts.
About Yourself: I am new to this hobby but i was turned on to it very quickly, and it quickly became an obsession of mine. I love maintaining my fish tank and i plan to get more fish, and more tanks. looking forward to a saltwater tank!

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