Photo #1 - A Corner Of My Fish World. - Silk And Plastic

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallons Tall Tank with a Glofish Cycle light and white Leds on top lid. Seeking the most tropical feeling tank mates to bring peace in my enviornment. I started with a ten gallon tank and 6 Glofish with a Blue Crayfish. I slowly added more fish studying their environments and interactions. Fish will die, and they have on me, but I want to point out for newbies this is normal. I feel most passionate about my red tail shark, who is territorial, majestic, and straight up sexy, the best! My most recent additions are (in order) Green Phantom, and a school of 6 clown loaches; one being blue. In the tank also | Kisser Gourami - Guppy - Molly | Note: One Long Fin Purple Tetra, the rest of the Glofish are Normal Fin Tetras. For newbies: If putting together a Glofish tank buy long fin tetras over regular tetras. They are more difficult to find but worth the effort, being that they are more majestic in action.
Advice: Buy big off the bat! Largest fish tank you can afford with space and cash. May seem like a big world at first but gets small quick.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
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