Photo #2 - Some Of The Inhabitants Of My 50g: 2 Koi, 1 Comm...

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: 50G Long , found driftwood, fluorite substrate (don't use it!!!), & a couple plants 5.5G , a found rock wall, found gravel, & a couple plants 6.2 Liter Hex , 2 found quartz rocks, regular black gravel, & lots of plants
Advice: Don't be stupid! Get more information before you get yourself into a situation you can't handle! (Like the people I had to help that just bought a baby red eared slider and had no idea what to do with it.)
Fish Kept: 50G Long , Gold Barbs, Tinfoil Barbs, 2 Koi, 1 baby Oscar, & 2 Common Plecos 5.5G , my last batch of baby Fancy Guppies, 2 Orange SAE, & some ghost shrimp 6.2 Liter Hex , Mr. Fish (a beta), his 2 girlfriends (also betas), & some ghost shrimp
Corals/Plants: the kind I get at Wal*Mart that grow from dried up bulbs <P>
Tank Size: 50 gallons
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