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Photo Caption: 10 gallon with 3 tetras, 2 glass fish, 2 cories, and 2 upside down cats.
freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 10 gallon with 3 tetras, 2 glass fish, 2 cories, and 2 upside down cats.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 10 gallon with 3 tetras, 2 glass fish, 2 cories, and 2 upside down cats.

COMMENTS

I love your tank, it is so beautiful! Nice job!!! fish avatar
Excellent!!! If you added a black wallpaper on the back panel your tank will be beyond description! Is there any water current there? A school of cardinal tetras will look superb in there. Hiding a submersible water pump behind the rockwork would make plant leeves move with the current, thus adding to the overall impression. fish avatar
i hope one day my ten looks this good , great job fish avatar
what kind of plant is that with the flower i would like to know as well. and i also think that you have done an outstanding job with a 10g tank...looks great!! fish avatar
what kind of plant is this one with flowers? if this is the natural plant one of the most beautiful aquarium. so calm ready for diskus :) fish avatar
This is by far the best looking 10 i've ever seen fish avatar

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