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29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 16 Fish 3 fake coral 2 live Plants 1 background Blue and green gravel

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: This is my 29 gallon freshwater tank. I bought it stil learly on in my Fresh water career, it was a Top Fin, 30 Gallon Filter, a Aqua Clear 30 gallon, bubble maker/Current creator. The fake Coral, and rock formation is Tank Looks. the two live plants include Moneywort.
Advice: Fresh water fish are very easy, and hardy fish. Most of all the fish can with stand a ph level that can kill most fish. As most of my fish are Tropical, i only use a heater if need be.
Fish Kept: 1- 2- Tigers- 2- Orange Tigers- 3- Sucker Fish 8- Neon Tetras
Corals/Plants: 2- Moneywort
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: Opps we got a floater!
About Yourself: i got into fish, when my uncle got a 150g. i used to visit and just watch these fish in amazment, I soon saved up enough money and got a 10g. Soon my Blood Parrot, got to big and i put him in a 29g. I now own a 10g, 29g, and a 55g.

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